As far as I am concerned, James Harrison can rip Roger Goodell all he wants. But calling out his teammates? That's bad business.
Steelers president Art Rooney II says the lockout has not allowed him to speak with OLB James Harrison, whose comments in a magazine article have sparked a controversy.
Steelers OLB James Harrison is profiled in the August issue of Men's Journal, and the former Defensive Player of the Year spoke out against NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
The NFL's announcement that it plans to discipline teams this season if their players reach or surpass a certain number of illegal hits did not sit well with two star Steelers defenders.
As the NFL lockout continues, PFW delves into the NFL rulebook with some thoughts on players and coaches who might have some brushing up to do.
Steelers OLB James Harrison was scheduled to have surgery on his lower back on Monday.
Steelers OLB James Harrison admits that his flirtation with retirement earlier this season was an overreaction to the frustration he felt after being fined.
Here's a key matchup to watch in Super Bowl XLV — the Steelers' outside linebackers vs. the Packers' offensive tackles.
Here's a matchup to watch in Sunday's Steelers-Browns game — Steelers OLBs James Harrison and LaMarr Woodley vs. Browns OTs Joe Thomas and John St. Clair.
Controversial Steelers OLB James Harrison leads the team in sacks but appears to be a distant second behind SS Troy Polamalu in the race for team MVP, which in this 11-4 season could equate to being the NFL Defensive MVP.
The NFL has decided to reduce the fines handed out to some of the league's hardest-hitting players. Judy Battista of the New York Times first reported the news on Twitter.
An NFL insider says Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt has been hurt by the Arizona franchise's refusal to keep top talent.
As the Steelers enter the final weeks of the regular season, several issues bear watching.
Steelers LB James Harrison has been fined $25,000 for a roughing-the-passer penalty in the team's Week 12 win over the Bills.