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GREG GARBER: Why Harrison's return is more pivotal
James Harrison is paid to hit people.
Sometimes this gets the Pittsburgh Steelers' old-school linebacker in trouble with the NFL; his hits this season on Mohamed Massaquoi, Drew Brees and Ryan Fitzpatrick cost him $95,000 in fines.
This image, as one of the game's dirtiest players, will follow him into retirement, and ultimately, will probably be his epitaph. It's too bad, because his extraordinary ...
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