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James Harrison On Setting The Edge: ‘I Could Do That When I’m 60’

With Pittsburgh Steelers rookie linebacker T.J. Watt sidelined for Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears with a groin injury, Anthony Chickillo not only started in his place on the right side of the defense, he also played all but three snaps. Chickllio’s heavy usage resulted in veteran outside linebacker James...
Via Steelers Depot
3 hours ago

James Harrison was surprised Alejandro Villanueva did his own thing

When Steelers left tackle Alejandro Villanueva was an Army Ranger, he was expected to follow orders. The fact that he didn’t on Sunday came as a surprise to at least one teammate. Villanueva was the only Steeler to be seen during the national anthem yesterday, standing with his right hand over his heart while the rest [more]
Via Pro Football Talk
5 hours ago

James Harrison not complaining about lack of playing time

First, he lost his starting job. Then, he slid behind Anthony Chickillo as the primary backup to Bud Dupree and T.J. Watt. Neither development has caused Steelers veteran linebacker James Harrison to publicly complain. “Just doing what I’m asked,” Harrison said Friday, via Chris Adamski of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. “You’re not going to get any [more]
Via Pro Football Talk
2 days ago

WATCH: James Harrison bench presses with chains

Saying Steelers linebacker James Harrison’s unorthodox style of lifting weights is intense would be an understatement.I have a lot of favorite videos, from him doing hyperextensions with a 45-pound weight across his chest after playing in a road game earlier that day, to using a barbell with over 100 pounds for pelvic thrusts, which is ridiculous.But I may now have a new personal...
Via The Sports Daily
5 days ago  |  Discuss

TJ Watt wins Steelers' starting LB job over James Harrison

TJ Watt’s NFL career is getting off to a good start.The rookie first-round pick out of Wisconsin was listed as the Pittsburgh Steelers’ starting right outside linebacker on the team’s depth chart Tuesday. Veteran James Harrison is the second stringer at that position.Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin said that Watt has been essentially operating as the team’s starter for a...
Via Larry Brown Sports
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Rookie T.J. Watt to start over James Harrison for the Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers still expect a freakish James Harrison to play a huge role on defense at the age of 39 this season. But on Tuesday, the team named rookie T.J. Watt as its starting right outside linebacker heading into Week 1.“He’s (Watt) been in that position really since Day 0,” Tomlin said in announcing the decision, via “You don’t like to anoint people...
Via Sportsnaut
20 days ago  |  Discuss

James Harrison spends $300K per year to keep up his body

On the day that five-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady turns 40, another fountain of youth NFL player story was shared. Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison apparently spends $300,000 annually on various treatments and personal services to maintain his strength and health. He turned 39 in May.Harrison shared the details as to what exactly the $300K covers which includes...
Via Sportsnaut
August 03, 2017  |  Discuss

James Harrison is working out way harder than you

James Harrison is 39-years-old and has been playing in the NFL since he was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Pittsburgh Steelers way back in 2002. To stay in the league this long, Harrison has to do many things right both on and off the field.One thing is for sure, off the field, Harrison works out harder than anyone.No really. Harrison is better at working out than you...
Via The Comeback
May 19, 2017  |  Discuss

James Harrison does the insane, pushes 1400-pound sled

James Harrison is nearly 39 years old and can still bring the heat on the field and in the weight room.The Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker posted a video on Instagram Monday that shows him pushing a sled full of 45-pound plates. He says it’s loaded up with 31 plates, which comes out to 1,395 pounds.Watch him work: He looked like he was competing in a World’s Strongest Man event. What a monster.
Via Larry Brown Sports
May 01, 2017  |  Discuss

James Harrison rejects sons' participation trophies

By Jesse Reed James Harrison has had to earn everything he has achieved as an NFL linebacker, and he wasn’t keen on his sons receiving participation trophies, so he sent them back. Harrison posted a picture on Facebook of the two trophies his sons brought home with a scathing caption underneath. Here is the message Harrison included: “I came home to find out that my boys...
Via Sportsnaut
August 15, 2015  |  Discuss

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