1) First ballot HOF, ROTY
2) All Pro first year, first round talent that fell to us in second
3) Starter for years to come, cant believe he fell
4) Absolute steal of draft, 2nd round grade
5) Back up at first then starter for 10 years
6) Incredible depth and ST demon
7) Amazing value, shoulda went 3 rounds earlier
His "reporting" is mere speculation, at best.
1.22) Vic Beasley, OLB, Clemson
2.56) PJ Williams, CB, FSU
3.87) Ben Koyack, TE, ND
4.120) Kurtis Drummond, FS, MSU
5.152) David Johnson, RB, North Iowa
6.183) Sean Mannion, QB, Oregon St.
7.214) Lynden Trail, OLB, Norfolk St.
"Before you can win a game, you have to not lose it." -- Chuck Noll
I'd bring Silverback.....back? On a one year deal, let him work JJ and Worilds to the bone for a year and instill some good-old fashioned hatred into them.
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Huge thanks to AA for all the help with the signature.
Soon to be 36 year old who had 2 back surgeries and also turned his nose up at the organization while signing with a division rival.....
Not a snowballs chance in hell...LOL
Yeah, the Steelers NEVER bring back players who have signed elsewhere!!!!
The thought of breaking my Joey Porter and James Harrison jerseys out of retirement for next season is pretty exciting I must admit.
POSTED MARCH 18, 2014
2014 NFL free agency: James Harrison wants to return to Steelers
NFL FREE AGENCY
BY JOSH SANCHEZ
Pittsburgh Steelers fans were disappointed when longtime defensive standout James Harrison was released last offseason as a casualty of the salary cap. Things were made even worse when he signed with AFC North rival Cincinnati. So what do they make of the news that Harrison would be interested in rejoining the Steelers?
After a mediocre year across the Ohio-Pennsylvania border, Harrison was released again this offseason because of salary cap concerns. And when asked recently if he would be open to a Pittsburgh return, his answer made it very clear.
“Everybody knows that” Harrison said during an appearance on NFL Total Access. “I’ve got two rings and I’ve got a lot of relationships, teammates, former teammates that are still good friends.”
The Steelers are very thin at outside linebacker behind Jason Worilds and last year’s first-round selection, Jarvis Jones, so would they be willing to add Harrison as depth and a situational pass rusher?
He clearly has showed signs of slowing down from when he was one of the most dynamic and intimidating pass rushers in the league. In fact, he could be on his last legs. If so, the Steelers may be interested only if the deal is worth the veteran minimum.
Whats Chad Brown up to these days?