James Harrison came up with a creative way to choose what NFL team he'll play for in 2015.
In a video with his two children that he posted to Instagram, Harrison asked the pair whether they would prefer he re-join the Steelers in 2015, or play for the Tennessee Titans.
Harrison praised his former defensive coordinator in Pittsburgh, Dick LeBeau, in the video, who last month announced he would join the Titans as an assistant coach.
"There are no words that I can find that would do justice for everything Dick LeBeau has done for me & my career," Harrison said.
Harrison first decided to retire after the 2013 season, which he played with the Cincinnati Bengals. He soon "un-retired" and rejoined his previous team, the Pittsburgh Steelers, with whom he played the remaining 10 seasons of his 11-year NFL career.
Harrison, who turns 37 in May, could still have a lot left in the tank. He logged 5.5 sacks and 29 tackles in 2014 as a member of the Steelers.