Steelers Resign James Harrison

Both ESPN.com and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette have announced that the Pittsburgh Steelers have reached an agreement to extend the contract of NFL Defensive Player of the year James Harrison.

Resigning James Harrison was the Steelers top off season priority, and while negotiations have been complicated by the intricacies of the NFL’s collective bargaining agreement, an agreement was reached today.

The reported terms of the contract are for 6 years and 51 million dollars, with about 20 million in signing bonuses and other guarantees.

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