With the recent interview in Mens Journal, James Harrison has found a way to put himself on the outs with the Pittsburgh Steelers. After insulting Roger Goodell, Teddy Bruschi, Rodney Harrison, and Brian Cushing, Harrison turned his venom on the Steelers.
Insulting Rashard Mendenhall (as Harrison did) may have been able to be overlooked. When you turn against your franchise QB, it tends to cause problems in the locker room.
I made my case for trading Harrison in this article.
The Steelers are probably not going to stand for this, and there is a good chance that James Harrison may be starting the 2011 NFL season in a uniform other than the Steelers Black and Gold.
As the Steelers always do, they have already drafted the eventual replacement for Harrison in Jason Worlids. This may force the Steelers into thrusting him into action before they really wanted to, but the compensation for Harrison would be well worth the risk.
The following list are the teams that I believe would not only be interested in trading for Harrison, but what the Steelers could get in compensation for him.