James Harrison is just another example why athletes live on another world from the rest of us.
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The former defensive player of the year is starting to get comfortable in his new uniform, enough so to finally admit an ego bruised by his former employer.
Some worry that the difference between the Steelers' 3-4 defense and the Bengals' 4-3 base package could cause trouble for James Harrison. Linebacker coach Paul Guenther doesn't think so.
Two former Pittsburgh Steeler linebackers have a lot of career parallels and now that one is in Cincinnati, James Harrison should look at the end of Joey Porter's career as a benchmark for the end of his own.
Fresh off signing a new deal with the Cincinnati Bengals, James Harrison speaks on how he's able to still play in the league in his own uniquely blunt way.
The Bengals were once interested in veteran linebacker Karlos Dansby, but then heavily pursued and signed James Harrison. Dansby subsequently signed a contract with the Cardinals and his new contract details have been released.
During a press conference on Tuesday, James Harrison said that to say he isn't motivated by being let go by the Steelers would by lying.
The Ravens will soon take the practice field as the defending Super Bowl champions, but they will do so without some big names. While the Ravens prepare their title defense, the rest of the division opens offseason workouts chasing Baltimore.
Rather than follow the rabbit-hole of analysis down to its most microscopic essence, here is a zoomed-out version of the upcoming Bengals season and two ways to gauge the success of their plan.
One of the least popular players of 2012 is thankful for his second chance with the Bengals and welcomes one of the team's newest members.