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Holy crap.

Methinks James Harrison has a screw or two loose. It's one thing to rip commentators, other players around the league, or even Goodell. But his comments about his teammates are, IMO, unacceptable.

This guy is unbalanced and may have legitimate mental issues. It's almost a little scary.

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Holy crap.

Methinks James Harrison has a screw or two loose. It's one thing to rip commentators, other players around the league, or even Goodell. But his comments about his teammates are, IMO, unacceptable.

This guy is unbalanced and may have legitimate mental issues. It's almost a little scary.

Not to mention yet another athlete using an anti-* slur. They don't seem to learn from the NBA incidents.

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we’d be surprised if Harrison gets anything than a talking-to from whoever in the organization is sufficiently brave to try to talk to him.

Meanwhile, we’re wondering how long it will be before Harrison claims that his words were: (1) misquoted; (2) taken out of context; or (3) not “on the record.”

UPDATE: As a reader points out, Harrison also could claim that his account was hacked. Sure, the comments came during an interview, but why not give it a try?

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Holy crap.

Methinks James Harrison has a screw or two loose. It's one thing to rip commentators, other players around the league, or even Goodell. But his comments about his teammates are, IMO, unacceptable.

This guy is unbalanced and may have legitimate mental issues. It's almost a little scary.

Perhaps 'the way he was taught to tackle' has hurt him more than it's hurt those he's hit.

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Nah, apparently both ben and mendenhall have laughed it off. But that may only be because ben is planning an assault in the shower on harrison and mendenhall couldn't figure out any way to relate harrison's comments to 9/11 being a conspiracy carried out by the US Government...

Boy those Steelers sure are the envy of the educated world! :rolleyes2:

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