THESE TEAMS DON'T LIKE EACH OTHER!
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Deebo is enjoying Goodell's humiliation even more than the rest of us.
But what of lady Ryan Leaf?
Andy Dalton is very kind to be giving Pittsburgh a sporting chance by missing open receivers throughout the first half.
Celebrated insane person James Harrison did the Sunday Conversation interview with Jon Gruden, during which Deebo got all misty eyed about how much he misses playing for ancient Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau.
Last year: 10-6, second in AFC North, lost in Wild Card round Acquisitions: James Harrison, Tyler Eifert, Giovani Bernard, Margus Hunt, Mike Nugent, Josh Johnson Departures: Nate Clements, Manny Lawson, Bruce Gradkowski, Brian Leonard, Josh Brown Vegas win total over/under: 8 1/2 wins Verdict: OVER Five things James Harrison hates more than the "Hard Knocks" cameras: - Roger Goodell - Heads Up Football - Brains without concussions - Quarterbacks with breath - Anyplace that people are happy and not fleeing in terror Fan forecast by Who Dey Revolution: One more step.
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Altogether, not a bad opener for this season of "Hard Knocks".
It's not just Peyton who's down in North Carolina doing the off-season training.
An enterprising seller of Seattle sports merch is offering Richard Sherman's on-air putdown of Skip Bayless in shirt form.
On the verge of turning 35 in three months and his skills on the decline, Steelers linebacker James Harrison had been pegged as a likely casualty of Pittsburgh's impending salary cap purge in free agency, given that the 2008 Defensive Player of the Year is due $6.
Roger Goodell had a tough week, what with people calling for his ouster after the league suffered tremendous humiliation twice in the span of two days because of a scab referee scandal in which Goodell was at or near the center of.
Clay Matthews and James Harrison are among the best pass rushing outside linebackers in the league.
"No, James, for the last time, it's not a helmet to the throat that helps the medicine go down.
We've already shared a gallery of depressing pictures from Thursday's Browns/Steelers game and an even more depressing set about their fans, so it's no surprise that game's head-to-softer-head collision that concussed Browns quarterback Colt McCoy would lead somewhere depressing, no matter what side you're on -- the league has decided to celebrate James Harrison’s fifth illegal hit against a quarterback in the past three seasons by making him the first player suspended for helmet-to-helmet since the rule's emphasis.
For all intents and purposes, Cleveland's 14-3 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers wasn't that big of a deal.
Now that the NFL is back in full swing, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison has, as expected, increased his PR efforts in regard to his recent interview with Men's Journal, a magazine that I once had in my bathroom because I received four free issues.