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.
The Observer-Reporter expects free agent OLB James Harrison to re-sign with the Steelers.
ESPN Titans reporter Paul Kuharsky believes James Harrison is still an option for Tennessee.
Free agent OLB James Harrison is open to playing for a team other than the Steelers.
ESPN Titans reporter Paul Kuharsky believes free agent OLB James Harrison is likely headed to Tennessee.
Free agent OLB James Harrison has decided he wants to play in 2015.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette doesn't expect the Steelers to re-sign free agent OLB James Harrison.