The Steelers' All-Pro linebacker has become the poster child—some would say scapegoat—in the NFL's crackdown on vicious hits, beginning with his Oct. 17 shot on Browns wideout Mohamed Massaquoi. Harrison was fined $75,000 for that helmet-to-helmet blow and has since been docked three more times for an additional $50,000. He's a symbol of a changing game, reviled and punished for the same behavior that made him wealthy and famous. And that change has come seemingly overnight.
This is an article from the Dec. 27, 2010 issue