Official Site of James "Deebo" Harrison
James Harrison is retiring for the second time & this appears to be the official end. The pass-rusher concludes an amazing NFL journey. The Kent State product went undrafted in 2002, with most teams believing he was too small to be a pass rusher. To prove himself, Harrison played for NFL Europe's Rhein Fire in 2003. He eventually became an NFL Defensive Player of the Year, 5x Pro Bowler & 2x 1st-team All-Pro in Pittsburgh. As a relentless rusher with the brute strength of 45 brown bears and a good first step, Harrison will be remembered as one of the Steelers' all-time greats who worked ruthlessly to transform his career
from forgotten camp invite into a
dominating pass rusher in his prime.
Steelers linebacker James Harrison relies on a consistent workout routine in addition to elite technicians that help him stay in shape for football at age 39.
When you are 39 years old and the franchise sack leader you get a pass from having to practice whether you want it or not
James Harrison went bigger and brighter, driving a fire truck from Saint Vincent's private force up to the dorms, sirens blaring.
According to Pro Football Focus, Harrison was the fifth-most efficient 3-4 outside linebacker in rushing the passer during the 2016 season.
"No badass list is complete - or should begin anywhere else other than with - James Harrison," says Eric Edholm, an NFL writer who has worked at Yahoo Sports