Sportsnaut "In response to the National Football League’s request for an interview regarding the alleged use of performance enhancing drugs, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison denied any wrongdoing in a sworn affidavit on Tuesday. Harrison’s alleged involvement in the use of performance..." July 12
Fox Sports "If the NFL wants to interview Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison over the Al-Jazeera America report that linked him and other NFL players to performance-enhancing drugs, that's fine. But he has some stipulations. 1. The interview has to be at his house, not in training camp as the..." June 27
USA Today "The NFL has informed its players union that league officials plan to show up on the first day of training camp to interview three players named in an Al-Jazeera America report linking them to performance enhancers and other drugs. Adolpho Birch, the league’s senior vice president of labor..." June 24
ESPN "Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison, 38, talked to the media for the first time since announcing his decision to play a 14th NFL season, which might not be his last. Here are highlights of Harrison's talk: On feeling great and his role in the defense: "I want to be used however..." June 15
The Big Lead "James Harrison, the man who wouldn’t piss on Roger Goodell if he was on fire, had to piss without his camera phone recording last night. Earlier in the year, he had recorded a random drug testing that arrived at his home. This time, he was told no bueno, and as he posted things to Instagram,..." May 20
Los Angeles Times "Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison announced Monday he hopes to be back for a 14th NFL season in the fall at age 38. The very next day, he was randomly ordered to take a drug test by the league. How do we know about this? Because Harrison posted a video and photo showing much of the..." February 17
Colbert on James Harrison: "We're anticipating he wants to continue playing. I don't see any reason we wouldn't want to have him here."