James Harrison regrets ripping Goodell
LATROBE, Pa. -- Upon reflection, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison decided it was best to publicly apologize to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
In an explosive interview that appears in August's Men's Journal, Harrison called Goodell a "crook" and a "puppet," among other things.
Following the Steelers' walk-through Friday morning, Harrison said candidly that he should not have made those controversial statements.
"The interview that I did and the comments ...
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