Pittsburgh offensive lineman Maurkice Pouncey, who said ex-Steelers linebacker James Harrison “erased his legacy” by signing with the Patriots, wasn’t the only former teammate to talk shit about his old coworker. Linebacker Bud Dupree had shots to take:
It’s been quite a week for the Pittsburgh Steelers, and it has nothing to do with their play on the field (a 34-6 win over the Texans on Christmas). On Saturday, the Steelers released James Harrison, a Hooverball enthusiast and the franchise’s sacks leader. It was surprising, but he’d only played 40 snaps this year…
James Harrison is the Steelers’ all-time sack leader, and one of the greatest players on a franchise whose history is stuffed with great players. He’s now likely to finish his career as a member of the one team the Steelers can’t seem to beat.
Former NHL player Jeremy Roenick showed his ass by tweeting this on Monday:
We’ve got a fresh batch of videos featuring James Harrison doing wild shit in order to stay beefy, and these clips feature him hurling a medicine ball over a volleyball net with his pals.
Steelers linebacker James Harrison loves to work out and share videos of his workouts. Sometimes he’ll boast about his feats, but other times, the clips are presented without commentary or platitudes. They reinforce a blunt fact: James Harrison can attempt this, and you (almost certainly) cannot.
In separate interviews last week with the four players alleged to have been PED users in an Al Jazeera investigation, the NFL reportedly brought no new evidence or witnesses to the table. And that may have been the point.
More than anything, Roger Goodell fancies himself a disciplinarian. He’s personally taken the lead in prosecuting Ballghazi, gone out of his way to make an example of marijuana users, and gone all-out at Marshawn Lynch for the crime of having fun. Of course, Goodell also helped the Patriots cover up a huge cheating…
James Harrison, Clay Matthews, and Julius Peppers, who were named in the Al Jazeera report on doping, will meet with the league after the NFL threatened to suspend them for a lack of cooperation, according to a letter sent by the NFLPA today.
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reports that the three players will submit to…
The NFL is threatening to suspend players named in Al Jazeera’s December report about doping in sports unless they agree to interviews with the league by Aug. 25.
Twelve weeks ago, Steelers linebacker James Harrison documented one of his random PED tests on Instagram. It wasn’t very incisive; he showed his followers where he pissed and who watched him to make sure he wasn’t using someone else’s pee. He was tested again this week, but this time around, he received pushback from…
The 2016 “Legends Of Pittsburgh” cruise disembarked from Miami on Thursday, charting a course through the Keys, then eventually to Cozumel, Mexico. The Legends cruise promises, among other things, that guests can, “Hang at the pool, take selfies, and get autographs with your favorite Pittsburgh athletes!” These…
Al-Jazeera America dropped the full The Dark Side: Secrets of the Sports Dopers documentary on YouTube before its scheduled airing this evening, finally allowing us a look at the allegations HGH was shipped to Peyton Manning’s house along with numerous other claims connecting professional athletes with illicit drug…
I do not think that the world is in any danger of running out of people who believe winning is the only thing worth feeling good about. I think the world has absorbed Vince Lombardi’s deranged ethic quite well.
James Harrison, workout maniac, is not down for rewarding mere participation. The Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker is apparently forcing his sons, who are eight and six years old, to return “Best of the Batch” trophies.
Linebacker James Harrison enjoys Instagramming his workouts. Here he is lifting 135 pounds from a standing position with one hand, because he's a maniac.
Bengals linebacker James Harrison is one of the most terrifying human beings in the NFL, but he is just as much of a baby as the rest of us when he gets on a roller coaster.
The more I watch this, the more I think Gerry Austin really did see Harrison beam into ESPN's Monday Night Football booth and is desperately trying to keep it together.