Found March 26, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
Earlier today it was reported that the Pittsburgh Steelers have told James Harrison’s agent that they don’t plan on re-signing his client. According to Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports, one of the reasons the Steelers don’t want to bring Harrison back is due to some concerns over his attitude. Another reason Steelers won’t re-sign James Harrison is that they’re concerned his attitude will be bad based on how situation has unfolded. — Jason Cole (@JasonColeYahoo) March 26, 2013 Harrison has a history of telling people how he feels and I wouldn’t be shocked if he gave the Steelers an earful if he was re-signed. Need NFL Tickets? var _CI = _CI || {}; (function() { var script = document.createElement('script'); ref = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; _CI.counter = (_CI.counter) ? _CI.counter + 1 : 1; document.write(''); script.type = 'text/javascript'; var _CI = _CI || {}; (function() { var script = document.createElement('script'); ref...
  • Steelers have rarely if ever put up with players with sour attitude players, no matter the talent. So sick of young men blessed by GOD With talent to play at the highest level, be paid ridiculously, whine, cry, nd bitch constantly. Let all the problem athletes get a real job for a year and they would be a little more grateful. Kiss my grits Harrison, harvin, etc.
  • i agree with maxdawg ,everthing is correct,yes he was good ,but has not been that great lately,still could have been a assit for us,,paid to much ,whine ,cry,,no doubt about it,,greed is what it is,, yes get a real job,see what its like ,give me 2 million now ,thats all i need ,would not work rest my life,,
  • AMEN! When we stop treating athletes as someone special,stop giving them special privileges and begin to hold them accountable for their actions on and off the playing field, then maybe we can get what we are paying for. It's time for the people who pay the price to STAND UP and get their money's worth.
  • All athletes in all sports should be paid based on performance lots of athletes demand crazy money GET IT and then under perform.Our FN commish is turning the NFL into flag football. In under 5 years NFL will be a paid to watch option on cable. And most former broke players are seeking damages for the NFL not doing enough to protect them from injury i say you knew what the game was about so deal with it. Oh yea about Harrison if it was his agent that passed on what the Steelers offered he should throw him a beating.

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On Monday, Bill Parise, the agent for former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison, said that his client had not closed the door on possibly returning to the team that released him a few weeks ago. The only problem with that is the Steelers apparently have closed the door. Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports on Tuesday that the Steelers have informed Harrison...

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The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Ed Bouchette reported this morning that the Pittsburgh Steelers made it known over the weekend that they would not be renewing any interest in former Steeler James Harrison. This announcement comes on the heels of Harrison’s agent Bill Parise suggesting that Harrison would be open to coming back to the Steelers. First of all, I’m not ready to say...

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According to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette the Pittsburgh Steelers are not interested in brining back James Harrison to play outside linebacker. That decision came after Harrison made it public news that he was open to a return to the Steelers. This coming just a few weeks after the Steelers released Harrison to open up more cap space. When the Steelers cut Harrison...

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According to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Steelers have informed James Harrison’s agent that they will not be re-signing him. Steelers closed the door on James Harrison over the weekend. Their options now at right outside linebacker: Bill Parise, Harrison’s agent, said on Monday that he “has a couple things going on” with teams in the NFL. However, the...

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Now that the Baltimore Ravens have come to terms Sunday evening with former Denver Broncos outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil on a long-term deal, it appears that they will no longer be interested in acquiring the services of former Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker James Harrison. Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reported on Sunday that Harrison was scheduled to meet with...

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According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison is open to returning to the team that released him just before the new league year. Harrison was reportedly in Baltimore for a scheduled visit with Baltimore Ravens on Sunday when the team reached an agreement with former Denver Broncos linebacker Elvis Dumervil. With Dumervil now in the fold...

For the price of a Neil O’Donnell jersey, the Pittsburgh Steelers are wrong to snub James Harrison

Despite being available for the price of a Neil O’Donnell jersey, the Steelers reportedly told free agent linebacker James Harrison they don’t want him to return to Pittsburgh. The 34-year-old Harrison, who the Steelers signed as an undrafted talent out of Kent State in 2002, was clipped by Pittsburgh on March 9. Harrison, a four-time All-Pro and five-time Pro Bowler who has...

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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter,  Bill Parise, the agent of free agent linebacker James Harrison says his client is open to re-signing with the Pittsburgh Steelers after being relased by them this offseason. James Harrison’s agent, Bill Parise, said he has not closed the door on his client returning to PITT and would welcome a call from Steelers. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter...

We heard it right from Ben Roethlisberger’s mouth last season, The Pittsburgh Steelers aren’t the family we thought they were

Last season when Bruce Arians parted ways with the Pittsburgh Steelers, we heard from their star quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. He was upset because he thought the Steelers were a family organization. Today, we saw how that family treats their relatives. They made it know that a player who has been a part of the Steelers organization for the past 9 seasons, is not welcome back into...

Steelers CB Ike Taylor Says He Understands The Business Side Of Pay Cuts

Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor was asked about the recent release of veteran linebacker James Harrison Tuesday on his weekly radio show, and while he said that he hasn't yet talked to his former long-time teammate since his release, he did give his overall opinion on football being a business, as only he can do. "You've got to understand; we're getting...
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