James Harrison Says He Has No Problem with Steelers After Retiring

CHICAGO, IL - SEPTEMBER 24: James Harrison #92 of the Pittsburgh Steelers looks on during a game against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on September 24, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois. The Bears won 23-17 in overtime. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

KYLE NEWPORT | Bleacher Report

James Harrison‘s time with the Pittsburgh Steelers may not have ended the way he had hoped, but there’s no bad blood on his end.

The 39-year-old announced his retirement on Monday after 15 seasons in the NFL:

 

He spent 13-plus years in Pittsburgh.

Last year, Pittsburgh released Harrison in the middle of the season, only to watch him sign with the archrival New England Patriots. His choice of team didn’t sit well with Steeler Nation and his former teammates delivered some parting shots. Through it all, though, that didn’t sour his feelings.

“I have no problem with the Steelers family,” Harrison told Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Wednesday. “I have no problem with the Rooneys. They made a business decision that was best for their organization. I made a business decision that was best for me and family at the time. We went our separate ways.

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