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Old 09-18-2007, 03:07 PM   #31
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Mr Brady, meet Mr Harrison. We're gonna let you two get aquainted now.


Whose the backup QB in NE???
Matt Cassel, right? MMMWWWWWHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.....
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Old 09-18-2007, 05:23 PM   #32
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From Monday's Post-Gazette, this stood out to me:



Personality-wise, it looks like James Harrison is taking up where Lambert and Mean Joe left off.
Gotta love it!!! We lost a mouth and got an attitude to replace it!!!
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Old 09-18-2007, 08:05 PM   #33
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Cindy Brady, meet Silverback! That biatch will get mauled by a true Bad-Ass Silverback!
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Old 09-19-2007, 06:34 PM   #34
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Steelers' Harrison likely to start on Sunday
Wednesday, September 19, 2007
By Ed Bouchette, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Linebacker James Harrison is not only is feeling better after what appeared to be a scary neck injury during last Sunday's game, he went through a full practice today and probably will start Sunday against the 49ers.

Harrison was strapped onto a board and taken off the field after his neck was jammed on the final play of the first half against Buffalo in Heinz Field.

Tuesday, coach Mike Tomlin said he suffered nothing more than a stiff neck. Today, Harrison said he's ready to play and wanted to get back into the game last Sunday.

"I just jammed my neck up and couldn't move it for a minute,'' Harrison said. "I was sitting back and everything. I could move. I'm like, 'I'm feeling better, it just feels a little loose.' As soon as I said that, it was 'Don't move, we're strapping you up.'"

It took about 11 minutes for doctors and trainers to get Harrison off the field. They cut his face mask off and left his helmet on. The injury occurred one week after Buffalo Bills tight end Kevin Everett suffered a serious neck injury during their opener.

"I think they overreacted with the thing that happened with the guy last week," Harrison said. "I don' think they wanted to take any chances."

Harrison came back onto the sideline during the third quarter and wanted to play, but medical personnel ordered him back into the locker room.

"That was a good move on them, but where I was standing at the time I didn't like the move they made."

Harrison, the Steelers top backup outside linebacker the past three seasons, replaced the departed Joey Porter on the right side this season. He had a sack in the first half Sunday and has 1 ?? for the season. His seven solo tackles led the team in its 34-7 opening victory at Cleveland.

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Steelers' Harrison likely to start on Sunday
Wednesday, September 19, 2007
By Ed Bouchette, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Linebacker James Harrison is not only is feeling better after what appeared to be a scary neck injury during last Sunday's game, he went through a full practice today and probably will start Sunday against the 49ers.

Harrison was strapped onto a board and taken off the field after his neck was jammed on the final play of the first half against Buffalo in Heinz Field.

Tuesday, coach Mike Tomlin said he suffered nothing more than a stiff neck. Today, Harrison said he's ready to play and wanted to get back into the game last Sunday.

"I just jammed my neck up and couldn't move it for a minute,'' Harrison said. "I was sitting back and everything. I could move. I'm like, 'I'm feeling better, it just feels a little loose.' As soon as I said that, it was 'Don't move, we're strapping you up.'"

It took about 11 minutes for doctors and trainers to get Harrison off the field. They cut his face mask off and left his helmet on. The injury occurred one week after Buffalo Bills tight end Kevin Everett suffered a serious neck injury during their opener.

"I think they overreacted with the thing that happened with the guy last week," Harrison said. "I don' think they wanted to take any chances."

Harrison came back onto the sideline during the third quarter and wanted to play, but medical personnel ordered him back into the locker room.

"That was a good move on them, but where I was standing at the time I didn't like the move they made."

Harrison, the Steelers top backup outside linebacker the past three seasons, replaced the departed Joey Porter on the right side this season. He had a sack in the first half Sunday and has 1 ?? for the season. His seven solo tackles led the team in its 34-7 opening victory at Cleveland.

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amazing.

ben head butts a moving car (w/o a helmet) and no back board is needed.

harrison head butts casey hamptons stationary rear end (with a helmet on) and he needs strapped to the board.

moral of the story: dont mess with "Big Snack's" ass.

the video replay is almost hilarious.

now that james is ok, you just know he is getting razzed by all the guys in the locker room.
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"That was a good move on them, but where I was standing at the time I didn't like the move they made."
I like the fact he recognizes that as well...


ALso... Props to the Buffalo kicker (and probably team) for checking up on him.
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Old 09-19-2007, 06:48 PM   #37
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amazing.

ben head butts a moving car (w/o a helmet) and no back board is needed.

harrison head butts casey hamptons stationary rear end (with a helmet on) and he needs strapped to the board.

moral of the story: dont mess with "Big Snack's" ass.

the video replay is almost hilarious.

now that james is ok, you just know he is getting razzed by all the guys in the locker room.
ha ya im surprised his big ass didn't eat Harrison's head.
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