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Hey! Poll-happy America! Here’s another Sporting News NFL player survey to pass the time. This edition asked NFL players who the dirtiest player on the gridiron was and not surprisingly, Ndamukong Suh took home the title for the second year running. Find out who rounded out the list after the jump.
Are you as perplexed by who played wide receiver for the Jets Monday night as Terrell Owens? That guy is confused, and he’s hungry for employment. Also, an old frenemy of Mark Sanchez is coming out to throw his support behind No. 6. Betcha can’t guess who it is! Nah, of course you can, it’s in the headline. Click after the jump for the tweets of the morning.
Browns quarterback Colt McCoy got hit really hard by Steelers linebacker James Harrison last night. He got hit so hard, in fact, that he left the game for two plays before quickly going back in and playing for the remainder of the contest. But should he have?
Last night’s Browns-Steelers game featured a good deal of pain. Ben Roethlisberger played with a sprained ankle. Steelers safety Troy Polamalu was spotted on the sideline getting a teammate to pull his arm practically out of it socket. And then…there was this hit.
James Harrison has claimed that everything is okay between him and Ben Roethlisberger following Harrison’s controversial comments about his quarterback, and judging by the picture that he posted to his Facebook page, he wasn’t kidding.
James Harrison, of course, likes to hit people very hard on the football field, which makes him a really good linebacker, but also prone to fines from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. As you also know, Harrison can be an angry man, which fuels his considerable football skills, but also occasionally fuels angry rants
When some of the, um, provocative results of a Men’s Journal sit-down with Steelers linebacker James Harrison were unleashed onto the world this morning, it was a given that reaction to Harrison’s comments would be swift. It’s already started. It’s probably not over.
Steelers’ James Harrison Uses A Gay Slur To Refer To The NFL Commissioner, Says The Patriots Cheated, And Thinks His Quarterback Isn’t Very Good
In a new piece for Men’s Journal, our old friend Paul Solotaroff traveled to Scottsdale, Arizona to talk to Steelers linebacker and intimidating man James Harrison. Just by looking at the interview’s accompanying photo, which shows Harrison posing with his two gigantic guns, you kind of get the idea that this won’t be your typical, puff-piecey player profile.
Tuesday, NFL players made candid and compelling statements in a GQ article about the NFL’s stance on concussions.
The Pittsburgh Steelers’ James Harrison was being interviewed by the NFL Network’s Kara Henderson during Super Bowl media day, and his short answers and icey-cold death stare was enough to give you the chills.