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I am sure that ESPN will run the full version of this prior to the Monday night game, but in case you missed the teaser during the Sunday Conversation, here is Cincinnati Bengals linebacker James Harrison talking to Jon Gruden.
During the interview, Harrison is asked by Gruden to give his thoughts on Bill Cowher and Mike Tomlin, and finally when he gets to Pittsburgh Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau, well, just watch.
Video: James Harrison Misses Dick LeBeau – Interview With Jon Gruden is a post from: Steelers Depot
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