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While recently released James Harrison is open to singing anywhere it seems, his agent has at least one particular place in mind - the defending Super Bowl champs. "Baltimore would be a great fit for James," Bill Parise said, via The Baltimore Sun. "They're a contender and a class organization, so James would definitely be interested. I would think they would have a need with the market for (Paul) Kruger." We should also note that Parise had told another paper, The Times-Picayune, that Harrison also would be a "great fit" with the New Orleans Saints. We suspect Parise should have a quote for the other 30 teams by next week.
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