PITTSBURGH (KDKA 93-7 The Fan)- 93-7 The Fan Steelers insider and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reporter Ed Bouchette joined “The Fan Morning Show” Monday to look back at the Steelers’ win over the Chiefs.

Colin Dunlap asked about what the organization’s expectations were for James Harrison, who had 1.5 sacks Sunday.

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“They thought he would help them provide depth. I mean, if they thought he had much left, Colin, he’d have been signed back in March or April,” Bouchette said. “Good for them, though. They went and signed him back, but I don’t think they thought they were going to get anywhere near the James of old, and that’s what he looked like (Sunday).”

Bouchette was asked about the unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on William Gay, which kept a Chiefs drive alive that ended with a field goal.

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“When that happens, then the official should get fined for calling those. There seems to be no repercussion there. That was blatantly bad,” Bouchette said. “There was nobody around. He looked at the Steelers’ sideline, not the other sideline. And it was kind of a salute. I can’t account for that.”

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