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James Harrison, who was just released by the Steelers, remains one of the most efficient pass-rushers in the league, even at the age of 34.
But how much longer can he keep it up?
Harrison was slowed by a knee injury this past season after undergoing surgery in August. He also claims to have suffered at least 10 concussions throughout the course of his career, according to a report by ESPN.
However, the injuries are only part of the concern surrounding Harrison.
He's an outspoken personality who has dealt with multiple off-field issues throughout his career. Additionally, he refused to take a pay cut to stay with the Pittsburgh Steelers, and it's reasonable to wonder how he'll handle a reduced role when that time comes.
The Steelers learned how to handle Harrison over his decade-long career in Pittsburgh, but his new franchise won't necessarily know how to best deal with his difficult personality.
It's only a matter of time before he causes some sort of off-field distraction, and some teams may simply not want to bring that into the locker room.
Expected contract: Two years, $12.5 million ($6 million guaranteed)