PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — “When you say ‘jump,’ I don’t ask how high…I ask ‘why?'”

Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison is apparently not happy about the National Football League’s investigation of players stemming from a media report that linked them to the use of performance-enhancing drugs.

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Harrison, along with Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers, is to be interviewed next month by NFL officials.

On Sunday, Harrison posted pictures of several documents, tagging the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell.

First, he posted a scolding letter concerning attempts to schedule his PED probe interview, with the caption: “When you say ‘jump,’ I don’t ask how high…I ask ‘why?'”

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Another post showed a letter sent from the NFL Players Association to the league, asking if there is any evidence beyond one media report that warrants an investigation.


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