When we last left Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown, he was wiping egg off his face following an embarrassing social media error and a humbling defeat at the hands of the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game.
The Shield Strikes Back (Almost): NFL Threatens James Harrison And Others With Suspensions Over Al Jazeera Investigation
The Al Jazeera investigation into abuse of performance enhancing drugs by athletes may have a prolonged impact on the NFL. The league officially announced they would suspend four players for their lack of cooperation in the Al Jazeera report naming them as clients for a PED supplier.
Apparently, James Harrison doesn’t remember Super Bowl XI or Ken Stabler’s career for that matter. Steelers GM Kevin Colbert says the last offer to Pittsburgh’s Mike Wallace is off the table.
https://twitter.com/#!/jharrison9292/status/146628481290211328 Upon receiving the news of his one-game suspension, Steelers linebacker James Harrison fired up Twitter with the all too popular “LOL” tweet. Harrison, who probably should have been suspended at the season’s start for calling NFL commish Roger Goodell the “devil” along with a gay slur, was […]
Despite the league’s labor mess ending, NFL boss Roger Goodell is going to be a very busy person. During the NFL’s 136-day work stoppage, 20 players were arrested.
Sorry Team USA. Better luck next time.
James Harrison is nuts. He set the internet ablaze on Wednesday with a published interview in Men’s Journal that ripped NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, Houston Texans linebacker Brian Cushing, Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews, and most notably, teammates Rashard Mendenhall and Ben Roethlisberger.
This is it. You will sit down on Sunday with a bag of Tostitos and Miller Lite to watch what might be the final NFL game for a long time. When Jerry Jones is popping off about the league being able to play a 22-game season, the potential […]
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“I don’t feel the need to go, actually,” Harrison told Pittsburgh station WTAE-TV. “I don’t feel like it’s that big a deal to me.”