Published: Wed, December 27, 2017
Health Care | By Oscar Goodwin

James Harrison signing with Patriots

James Harrison signing with Patriots

The New England Patriots signed former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison to a one-year deal Tuesday, a source told ESPN's Field Yates. The former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker reportedly visited the Patriots on Tuesday. They released him last week, and he is now a free agent.

Trying to even imagine Harrison in a Patriots jersey is borderline impossible.

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The Patriots shouldn't expect much from Harrison at this stage in his career. Harrison was released by the Steelers on Saturday.

The Patriots and Steelers played in one of the best games of the National Football League regular season back in Week 15, with the Pats emerging victorious under some dubious circumstances to swipe the top spot in the AFC.

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Harrison, the Steeelers' career leader in sacks, played in just five games this season. Both teams have locked up a first-round bye in the playoffs.

Trey Flowers, Kyle Van Noy and rookie Deatrich Wise have emerged as the Patriots' top pass rushers. Of course, this could significantly intensify the hype for a potential AFC Championship Game rematch between the Patriots and Steelers.

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Harrison has 788 career tackles, 82.5 sacks, eight interceptions and 33 forced fumbles in 15 National Football League seasons. He did not get into the game in the Week 15 classic between the Pats and Steelers. Don't be surprised if he plays very few snaps, but is gunning for the quarterback on every single play that he's on the field.

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