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Jamie Dukes tries to somewhat defend the hit by linebacker James Harrison on Colt McCoy Thursday night, but does not do a very good job in my opinion. Dukes really has become gun shy lately giving his opinion and you can really tell in this piece. The league has explained to Mike Florio why the hit on McCoy by Harrison will likely earn him a pretty good fine and possibly even a suspension. Here is the sit down that Michael Irvin had with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger prior to the Thursday game to discuss his injuries through the years and how he wants to go down in franchise history. Pro Read more [...]Steelers Six From Around The Web – December 10th – Harrison Hit Talk Edition is a post from: Steelers Depot
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Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison will almost certainly get fined for his helmet-to-helmet hit on Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy in the 4th quarter of the Thursday night game at Heinz Field. McCoy was scrambling outside the pocket and threw the ball on the run just before he passed the line of scrimmage. The video and animated gif below shows that Harrison hit...
Pittsburgh Steelers LB James Harrison can expect a call from the NFL commissioner’s office over the next few days, following his vicious helmet-to-helmet hit against Cleveland Browns QB Colt McCoy last night. The Steelers may have won the game, 14-3, but it will cost Harrison what would be a small fortune to most of us, as it could be the highest fine ever handed out...
Two weeks ago, the football-following public got a crash course on the procedures that apply to suspensions for on-field infractions, thanks to Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh. And that knowledge could quickly be put to use this week, given the helmet-to-face hit applied by Steelers linebacker James Harrison on Colts quarterback Colt McCoy. On Monday,…
Last night we reported that the NFL league office is currently considering suspending Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison for his helmet to helmet hit on Browns quarterback Colt McCoy. Right now it seems the NFL is currently contemplating whether to give Harrison a 1-2 game suspension, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. I believe the best [...]
In the aftermath of the Steelers' sluggish 14-3 victory over Cleveland on Thursday night, an unapologetic James...
Pittburgh Steelers linebacker, James Harrison, can expect a phone call from the commissioner’s office very soon. I believe his wallet will be a little bit lighter after this hit he had on Browns QB, Colt McCoy
I fully expected the set of questions they were asking McCoy were these
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Catching up on some loose ends from the Browns 14-3 loss in Pittsburgh:
--The Brown had to answer some serious questions about why they allowed Colt McCoy back in the game after he took that shot to the head from James Harrison.
Coach Pat Shurmur said after the game that he didnt know if McCoy was woozy, but he was OK to return. McCoy said the same thing sitting at his locker....
The Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Cleveland Browns 14-3 Thursday night at Heinz Field and here are some of my post game observations after going through the game again. Lawrence Timmons bit hard on the play action on the early long completion to Evan Moore and never recovered in coverage. On the second big completion to Josh Cribbs, Troy Polamalu guessed wrong and Cribbs was wide...
Two big questions -- Ben Roethlisberger's injury and James Harrison's questionable hit -- are now suddenly revolving around Pittsburgh, writes Peter King in his Week 14 Game Plan.
Plain Dealer Browns reporter suggests that QB might have been suffering concussion symptoms after hit from James Harrison.