Current players remember James Harrison who retired today as a Steeler.
James Harrison signs a contract to retire as a Pittsburgh Steeler
You will see something you haven’t seen in 13 years Sunday at Heinz Field. As you ponder the possibilities, the answer is a rookie starting on defense. First round pick Ryan Shazier will begin at middle linebacker.
Steelers player James Harrison is retiring from football.
We’ve been treated to many of the Penguins, Pirates and Steelers posting wacky videos of themselves taking the Ice Bucket Challenge.
The Steelers don’t have much room left under the salary cap and crossed off most of their free agency wish list, but according to Ike Taylor, there are two former Steelers that want to come back.
With the Steelers still looking at help for linebacker, the team announced Monday that they’ve agreed to a one-year deal with former Buffalo Bills linebacker Arthur Moats.
Bouchette tells the Cook and Poni Show that Jones-Drew would not be happy as a back up to Le’Veon Bell
After spending just one year with the Cincinnati Bengals and ending up back on the free agent market, former Steelers linebacker James Harrison would welcome a return to his old team.
After just one year with the Cincinnati Benglas, former Steeler great James Harrison finds himself looking for work once again.
Post-Gazette reporter and Steelers insider for 93-7 The Fan Ed Bouchette joined The Fan Morning Show live from Cincinnati on Monday in his regular weekly spot, with Steelers vs. Bengals just hours away.
Following a meltdown at home against the Titans, the Pittsburgh Steelers look for answers in personnel moves that leave the outcome of Week 2 clouded and veiled. With injuries, roster moves and newly-added players, the Steelers hope the answers come in time.
The Ben Roethlisberger Show makes its grand debut, as the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback holds his first weekly appearance with Sportsradio 93.7 The Fan’s Vinnie & Cook.
Linebacker James Harrison is sporting new colors on the football field this season. No more black and gold; instead, it’s black and orange in what should make for a black and blue division this year.
LATROBE, Pa. (93-7 THE FAN) — A defense that topped the league statistically even in a non-playoff year probably doesn’t have many weaknesses, but the Steelers believe 2013 first-round draftee Jarvis Jones can fix one of their bigger ones.