James Harrison Released by Steelers After 4 Seasons in 2nd Stint in Pittsburgh
With just two games left in the 2017 regular season, the Pittsburgh Steelers announced Saturday they released veteran linebacker James Harrison.
Harrison was in his second stint with the Steelers after re-signing with the team in 2014. Steelers Wire's Neal Coolong wondered whether Harrison's time in Pittsburgh is officially over:
This is probably just a roster shuffling move as it often is this time of year. He could be signed back Tuesday. https://t.co/bpBnKJr0ad— Neal Coolong (@NealCoolong) December 23, 2017
It wouldn't be surprising if the Steelers have moved on from Harrison for good.
Harrison is a two-time Super Bowl champion with the Steelers, and he was instrumental in helping Pittsburgh beat the Arizona Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII. His 80.5 sacks are the most in franchise history, and he has a good shot at making the Hall of Fame.....
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