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Former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker has signed with the Cincinnati Bengals, according to officials. James Harrison agreed to a two-year contract with the Bengals, his agents told FOX19. On Friday,More >>
The Bengals have officially announced the signing of linebacker James Harrison. More >>
It's time for Fever 2013! Vote each week and at the end of the season, we'll invite each of the winners to the WSFA 12 News studios in Montgomery for a special celebration and a Hardees Thick Burger!More >>
It's time for Fever 2014! Vote each week and at the end of the season, we'll invite each of the winners to the WSFA 12 News studios in Montgomery for a special celebration and a Hardees Thick Burger!More >>
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The Auburn Tigers defeated the Arkansas Razorbacks on Saturday by a score of 45-21 to start the 2014 season. From the way things looked on Saturday, the Auburn offense has not slowed down since 2013. TheMore >>
The Auburn Tigers defeated the Arkansas Razorbacks on Saturday by a score of 45-21 to start the 2014 season.More >>
CINCINNATI (FOX19) – In his first public comments since joining the Bengals, James Harrison said he "doesn't hate the Steelers."
"I don't have a chip on my shoulder against the Steelers," said the former NFL Defensive Player of the Year. "I don't hate the Steelers. Am I disappointed? Yeah, I'm disappointed."
The Steelers reportedly asked the veteran linebacker to take a pay cut, which Harrison said neither side could come to a compromise.
"When the negotiations first started, I basically knew that this situation was going to be what it was going to be. We had a parting of ways and I wish them the best except when we play."
Harrison will be 35-years-old at the start of the coming football season, making him the oldest player on the Bengals roster. But, says the knee injury that forced him to miss games in 2012 feels as good as it's felt in a few years.
"People telling me what I can't do, motivates me," said Harrison. "I'm just ready to get out there and play the type of game that I'm used to being able to play."
Harrison says he didn't have a desire to stay in the AFC North, instead wanted to play for a team who could contend for a championship and was close to his off-season home in Pittsburgh. Harrison played down the storyline of leaving the Steelers to join the rival Bengals.
"I wouldn't say that it feels strange. I really can't say to be honest with you. When that time comes, I'll have a better understanding or feeling of what exactly it'll be. I'm just happy to be able to continue playing and play for a team that has a shot at winning it all."
Harrison says he will report to Cincinnati on May 13th to begin working with his new team and has already worked out a deal with Jamaal Anderson (who wore jersey #92 last season) to retain the number he wore in Pittsburgh.
New Bengal James Harrison: "I don't hate the Steelers"More>>
The Masters is the first of the four major golf tournaments every year and ushers in the beginning of spring. It tees off this week at August National Golf Club in Augusta, GA.More >>
The Masters is the first of the four major golf tournaments every year and ushers in the beginning of spring. The tournament tees off Thursday at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, GA. Here are some of the men who have won golf's biggest event.More >>