James Harrison doesn't expect fine
PITTSBURGH -- James Harrison hasn't heard from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. The Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker doesn't expect to either, though he might be the only one.
The 2008 NFL Defensive Player of the Year remains adamant he did nothing wrong during his violent hit on Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy in last Thursday's 14-3 Pittsburgh victory, a play that left McCoy momentarily dazed and possibly concussed.
"I don't think a suspension is worthy," Harrison said Monday. ...
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