The retirement talk lasted all but one day for Pittsburgh Steelers Pro Bowl linebacker James Harrison. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Harrison was back at the team's practice facility in Pittsburgh Thursday morning.
Harrison was excused from practice Wednesday and said he was mulling retirement after a $75,000 fine for his hit on Cleveland Browns receiver Mohamed Massaquoi. Harrison was both confused and upset by the fine. But as the AFC North blog predicted, cooler heads eventually prevailed.
The Steelers (4-1) will play the Miami Dolphins (3-2) on Sunday.