James Harrison Fires Back At Steelers Who Ripped Him For Leaving
Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports
The war of words continues between Steelers players and former Pittsburgh LB, now New England LB, James Harrison. Steelers C Maurkice Pouncey came out this week and ripped Harrison, saying he didn't really participate and wanted out of the organization that's why he got released. Harrison fired back with these Instagram posts...

This will be my only comment.
You have to click the right side of the pic to read all four posts...
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Tuff competitor, even gives participation trophies back. He's a ballplayer!
Reply7 months
Harrison is the ultimate warrior. He will jack up the Steelers in the playoffs.
Reply7 months
Man doesn’t need to bull shite he knows what he wants. I’m a fan
Reply7 months
Well ok, that clears it up for me.
Reply7 months
still mad at the Saints for not signing him but u signed Bryce Harris a million times
Reply7 months
wish the saints would have signed him.
Reply7 months
It’s as simple as this. Younger guy took his spot. Asked to get cut, got cut. Signed with another team.
Reply7 months
If it's that simple, then what is Pittsburgh's problem that they got to trash talk him about it? Seems like they are only ones that are confused by this simplicity....
7 months
I mean Saints signed Peterson telling him he'd get snaps. Reality was, he wasn't getting it in this system and Kamara showed more promise. What did Saints do, trade him to an organization where he could get those snaps and play like he wanted. Sometimes its about taking care of the player you have respect for
7 months
Bull shite tactic pulled by bosses everywhere. I hope he wrecks the Patriots' season.
Reply7 months
Oh that's gonna happen. JH is a HOF guy. He's gonna get his reps in playoff.. gonna be nasty
7 months
Is he talking about practice?
Reply7 months
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