James Harrison RUMORS & NEWS

  • James Harrison seeking 2-year contract from Steelers as 39th birthday present

    Sporting News "Tom Brady isn't the only one who wants to play into his 40s. According to agent Bill Parise, Steelers linebacker James Harrison would prefer to sign a two-year contract in free agency that would allow him to continue his career in Pittsburgh. Parise confirmed on Tuesday that Harrison and the..." February 23

  • James Harrison, Steelers share mutual interest in 2017 return

    Sportsnaut "Veteran linebacker James Harrison will be 39 years old when the 2017 season begins, but he’s not interested in retiring just yet. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media, Harrison wants to return to the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2017, and the club is eager to have him. Father Time will..." February 21

  • James Harrison not planning to retire

    247 Sports "James Harrison made a quick decision on his plans for the 2017 season. Shortly after his team's 2016 season came to an end, Harrison made public his plans for next season. “I’m not done,” Harrison said, per Steelers.com. Harrison was asked again if he would return for the 2017 season,..." January 23

  • James Harrison popped for two ‘random’ NFL drug tests this week

    Sportress of Blogitude "James Harrison likes to document on social media every time the NFL randomly selects him for a drug test. Because of this practice, the veteran Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker has had a busy week on Instagram, as he’s been subjected to a so-called random drug test twice in just the past five..." December 17

  • Steelers LB James Harrison Gets Hit With His 7th Random Drug Test This Year

    Total Pro Sports "Back in August, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison was officially cleared by the NFL during their PED investigation that began when Al Jazeera ran a story last December on him and a few other star players. Since then, he’s received numerous ‘random drug test.’ Of course, he’s not the..." December 01

  • Harrison sets Steelers’ sack record

    Pro Football Talk "With a third quarter sack of Browns quarterback Cody Kessler, Steelers linebacker James Harrison became the franchise’s all-time sack leader. Harrison now has 77.5 career sacks, passing Jason Gildon for the most in franchise history. " November 20

  • NFL clears Harrison, Peppers, Matthews

    NFL.com "The NFL released the following statement Wednesday, clearing James Harrison, Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers in its investigation into PED allegations. "The NFL found no credible evidence that Pittsburgh's James Harrison and Green Bay's Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers were provided with or..." August 31