It’s been no secret lately that, as he still searches for a team, former Steelers linebacker James Harrison would like to return to Pittsburgh for one final run in his career with the team he won two Super Bowl championships with. It’s also been no secret that a good majority of his old teammates would like to see him return as well.
That’s why it was nice to see one of them recently, wide receiver Antonio Brown, working out with Harrison as he prepares to make his return to the gridiron, hopefully.
Well, actually, he was the workout…
Yep, that’s Harrison doing some pushups with Brown just hanging out on his back, providing 186-pounds of extra weight to the routine.
Harrison was with the Steelers for 10 seasons from 2002-2012 before spending last season with the AFC North rival Cincinnati Bengals where he played in 15 games and registered 30 tackles with two sacks.
Given how loyal the organization generally is to their own, it wouldn’t be all that surprising to see Harrison return to the Steel City one way or the other, and the overwhelming support he’s received from those former teammates definitely support that cause.
But at least we have visual evidence that he’s still as much of a beast as he always has been.