Harrison, who turns 38 in May, questions his ability to return to the field.
“It’s a little tougher for me because I’m in a situation where I’m a little uncertain about what I’m going to do,” Harrison said after the Steelers 23–16 loss to the Broncos on Sunday. “I can’t say that [was my final game] right now, I wouldn’t be comfortable saying that.”
Harrison, who turns 38 in May, said he questions his ability to return to the field.
“Me wanting to come back and me coming back are two different things,” he said.
Harrison had 40 combined tackles, two forced fumbles and one interception for the Steelers this season. He recorded the only sack on Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning during Sunday’s game, bringing his total sacks for the season to five.
Harrison previously retired in 2013 after a season with the Cincinnati Bengals, but returned to the Steelers after the team was hit with a series of injuries.
- Xandria James