Harrison's son victim in dog attack
The 2-year-old son of Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker
The station's Web site described the injuries as "severe, but non life-threatening." A representative of Children's Hospital in Pittsburgh declined to comment on the report, while Steelers spokesman
An animal control agency has since removed the dog. McKees Rocks-based Triangle Pet Control Services told WTAE it will keep the dog for 10 days before putting it down.
Harrison made news recently for declining to attend a White House ceremony with his Super Bowl-winning teammates. He stayed true to his word, skipping Thursday's trip to meet President
Harrison explained his decision by claiming the invitation wasn't all that special. He said if the Steelers hadn't beaten the Cardinals 27-23 with a last-minute rally, "He (Obama) would have invited Arizona."