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James Harrison has some work to do if he wants to reclaim his reputation as the NFL's dirtiest player. That's because Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has run away with the distinction, gaining four times as many votes as Harrison in a Sporting News NFL midseason player poll. Of the 111 players asked, 36 mentioned Suh as the player they thought to be the dirtiest in the league, while only 9 percent cited Harrison. Suh's short time in the league has been marred by some ugly hits, including violent takedowns of quarterbacks Jake Delhomme, Jay Cutler and Andy Dalton. Three...
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James Harrison has been a monster for a long time. After suffering through two back surgeries in the off-season i learned up at training camp he had been squatting with a barbell on his back with 315lbs. Way below what i know him to be capable of. What bothered me about that is James’ whole [...]
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh (90) celebrates his touchdown after a fumble-recovery during the fourth quarter of an NFL football game against the Washington Redskins at Ford Field in Detroit, Sunday, Oct. 31, 2010. (AP Photo)
In a landslide vote, Detroit second-year defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh was named the dirtiest player in the NFL in a midseason poll by The...
All-Pro linebacker James Harrison returned to the lineup for the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night against the Baltimore Ravens.
The Steelers' James Harrison proved once again that he's among the most-feared linebackers in the NFL in a loss to the Ravens.
When on the field Linebackers James Harrison and LaMarr Woodley are having the same kind of stellar seasons they do every year. They both are all over the quarterback and have played great. The problem is that we are not getting much pressure from the rest of the team. If it is not Woodley or Harrison making the play in the backfield then no one is.
Woodley is having a...
Pro Bowl linebacker James Harrison will return after a four-game absence and start tonight against the Baltimore Ravens, a team source said.
The good news for Pittsburgh on Sunday night: Hines Ward is active and linebacker James Harrison will return to the starting lineup. The bad news: James Farrior, who was listed as questionable, is inactive. Here’s the complete list of inactives for Pittsburgh: WR Emmanuel Sanders, G Doug Legursky, LB James Farrior, LB LaMarr Woodley, NT…
The NFL is expected to hand down a series of fines to Steelers linebacker James Harrison, safety Ryan Clark and Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis for questionable hits delivered during Sunday night's game between the teams.
The Steelers had a few changes to the injury report today. Two guys returned to practice in Stephenson Sylvester and Jerricho Cotchery. James Harrison was put on the injured list with a toe injury. The rest of the list stayed the same. The guys who returned to practice yesterday all continued to practice today. James Farrior, Hines Ward and Doug Legursky were all full participants...