James Harrison may need surgery
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison might need arthroscopic surgery if the swelling remains in his injured left knee, his agent told the Beaver County Times Tuesday.
Harrison's agent, Bill Parise, believes Harrison still might be ready for the Sept. 9 opener against the Broncos in Denver if the former NFL Defensive Player of the Year has to have arthroscopic surgery.
According to Parise, the Steelers plan to remove Harrison from the physically unable to perform ...
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