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Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison was the first player to grab and interview with wide receiver Mike Wallace just after his arrival today to the team facility. Harrison first asked Wallace how it feels to be back. "It feels great, man," said Wallace. "Back with my brothers and my teammates. You know, one goal and one goal only, trying to get like you - we're out here trying to win a Super Bowl. Just trying to do my part, that's all." Harrison next asked Wallace if he was going to have any problems catching up with the offense. "You know me, I'm a work hard guy, replied Wallace. Read more [...]
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