ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports James Harrison, Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers have agreed to meet with the league as it investigates Al-Jazeera's steroid report.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the NFL will still require the players implicated in the Al Jazeera America report on performance-enhancing drugs to participate in an interview on the first day of training camp.
Steelers OLB James Harrison submitted a sworn affidavit to the NFL denying allegations he used performance-enhancing drugs.
Steelers OLB James Harrison said he is willing to meet with the NFL regarding accusations he took performance-enhancing drugs, but only at his home on a date of his choosing with Roger Goodell present.
Steelers OLB James Harrison confirmed he will play in 2016.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette fully expects James Harrison to play in 2016.
The Steelers aren't rushing James Harrison's decision on his 2016 status.
Steelers OLB James Harrison wants to see how his body responds to six weeks of training before deciding whether to continue his career.
Updating an earlier report, Steelers OLB James Harrison told his PR manager he hasn't decided if he'll play another season.
The Steelers expect James Harrison to continue his playing career in 2016.
Steelers OLB James Harrison is not sure if he will retire this offseason.
Steelers OLB James Harrison said he has a better mindset than last season.
Steelers OLB James Harrison has been told he'll have a reduced role this season.
Steelers re-signed OLB James Harrison to a two-year, $2.75 million contract with a $500,000 signing bonus.