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We took a short break from our position review and outlook series once all the hoopla started with the Steelers coaching staff and Ben Roethlisberger.  While that’s still a hot topic, as is free agency, it’s high time we got back to this series. Next up is the Linebackers, arguably the most notable group on the Steelers year in and year out. They are traditionally the most talked about and scrutinized next to the offensive line. James Harrison: The most notable of the linebackers without a doubt. James makes no excuses for his play or his attitude. He wears his emotions on his shirt sleeve and isn’t afraid to tell it how he sees it, anytime and anywhere. Considering the rough time Harrison had in 2010 when he was fined repeatedly, his 2011 campaign was much kinder to his checkbook if nothing else. Harrison will turn 34 this May, and just finished up his 8th season in the league. He’s got less wear and tear on his body than most players his age mainly because he really didn’t start h...
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