James Harrison doesn’t seem to play clean football for the Steelers. Fining him doesn’t seem to work either. The NFL fined Harrison numerous times in 2010 including a $75,000 dollar fine when he had a helmet to helmet hit against the Browns wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi. Did Harrison learn from that? Hell no he hasn’t learned anything. Just look at how he lowed his helmet Thursday night when he hit Colt McCoy.
Harrison paid fines for a late hit on Saints quarterback Drew Brees, $20,000 dollars for that one. What is it going to take before Harrison realizes you don’t hit players in the head with your helmet?
The NFL suspended Suh for 2 games and he didn’t do anything close to the crap Harrison does. Roger Goodell has to take a hard look at the hit Harrison made on Colt McCoy and has to send a clear message to him and the Steelers the league isn’t going to put up with Harrison dirty play. It was clearly evident watching the hit in slow motion Harrison’s intent.
Harrison lowered his helmet at the precise time to catch McCoy right under the chin, Harrison did this with intent just watch the reply. If Goodall is going to suspend Suh for his antics for two games, than the hit on McCoy from Harrison has to draw a suspension for the rest of this season at the very least. The guy has a history of this kind of behavior.
It is time for the NFL to take the proper action against James Harrison. There is no room for a guy who is out to kill someone in the NFL. Lets hope Roger Goodell takes the proper steps to make sure James Harrison understands this time.
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