The Steelers signed former linebacker James Harrison. The news comes just weeks after the five-time Pro Bowler and former NFL defensive player of the year signed a one-day deal with Pittsburgh to retire a Steeler. 

By SI Wire
September 22, 2014

The Steelers signed former linebacker James Harrison, he confirmed on Tuesday

The news comes just weeks after the five-time Pro Bowler and former NFL defensive player of the year signed a one-day deal with Pittsburgh to retire a Steeler. Harrison, 36, alluded to his return to the field by posting a video on Instagram of a chat with his children on Monday.

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Harrison went undrafted out of Kent State in 2002 and played 10 seasons for the Steelers. He spent last season with the Cincinnati Bengals. 

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