Veteran linebacker James Harrison was frustrated with the Steelers because he wanted more time on the field, and he certainly got that wish Sunday in his debut with the Patriots.
He's getting it in New England, and there are bigger games ahead. It's no secret this has caused a ton of tension between the two.
Harrison said he did not re-sign with the Steelers to sit on the bench.
Patriots coach Bill Belichick said Harrison, who the team signed Tuesday after he was cut by the Steelers, had worked hard learning the Patriots defense. The Patriots need to beat the New York Jets in Week 17 to claim homefield advantage in the AFC.
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James Harrison is happy to be with Patriots.
It's unclear what Harrison meant by that. Quarterback Tom Brady said it's always nice to have players with big-game experience like Harrison at this time of the year.
This story isn't close to over. When Harrison lines up across from his former teammates, there's going to be some heated emotions on both sides of the ball.
Third-year player Trey Flowers has been a solid presence on the edge all year, but a series of personnel moves and injuries have made the overall position one of the most fluid on the team's roster.
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