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(Deadspin)   James Harrison has been displaying his warmth and charm to the HBO crew filming this year's Hard Knocks installment   (deadspin.com) divider line 57
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2013-08-14 10:06:49 AM

smerfnablin: Your Average Witty Fark User: Harrison is an asshole. Always has been, always will be. Fark him.

If he doesn't want to be on the damn show stop giving him so much camera time

Only time we are going to hear his name this season is when some RB is blowing by him on a missed tackle

The bungles were not the team to follow this year just like no one gave a rats ass about the dolphins last year.

Follow the Seahawks or 49ers. Pick a hot team that is mainly unknown.


A bunch of teams turned themdown. The Bungles were th eonly ones dumbeneough tosay "yes."
 
2013-08-14 10:27:05 AM

LucklessWonder: A bunch of teams turned themdown. The Bungles were th eonly ones dumbeneough tosay "yes."


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2013-08-14 10:30:45 AM

LucklessWonder: A bunch of teams turned themdown. The Bungles were th eonly ones dumbeneough tosay "yes."


thing is, the NFL LIKES having Hard Knocks, and if every team turned HBO down, they'd probably lean on one team or another and say "yanno.. maybe you -should-"
 
2013-08-14 10:35:31 AM
Harrison's the type most likely to get the "Eagles fans cheering Michael Irvin being paralyzed" treatment if he ever stayed down injured.

Just saying.
 
2013-08-14 10:56:11 AM

Lost Thought 00: js34603: flak attack: Cletus C.: Is he any good anymore? The Steelers cut him but was it strictly a salary cap move?

He's lost a couple of steps.  He's becoming more of a support player than the kind of guy you can anchor a defense on.  If you have cap room, he'll be worth it, but not if you're coming close to the cap.

Suppose that depends on how much cap room you have, I think he turned like 6 or 7 million a year from the Steelers because he wanted more. Even if they had cap room he isn't worth that.

IDK how much Cinci is paying him, but if it is anywhere close to what he wanted from Pittsburgh, he isn't worth it even if they have tons of room.

He only got 4.5m from Cinci. He is not a smart man


He didn't like what Pittsburgh was offering. Then he went out and found out that it was more than anyone else would pay him. By then, the Steelers had decided to move on.
 
2013-08-14 12:24:19 PM
What a biatchy little article. While i like the show, I perfectly understand his objection to cameras around. The writer needs to get his panties out of a bunch
 
2013-08-14 02:06:48 PM

doubled99: What a biatchy little article. While i like the show, I perfectly understand his objection to cameras around. The writer needs to get his panties out of a bunch


And a biatch slap.

Haven't seen the show.
Cameras showing behind-the-scenes team interaction sounds destructive, especially when a team has as much to overcome as the Bengals.  Can you imagine how painful it would have been to watch the Sanchez/Tebow drama from the inside?
 
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