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James Harrison’s ‘A Football Life’ Will Air Sept. 24 on NFL Network – Steelers Now

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Former Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker James Harrison’s A Football Life documentary will air on Sept. 24 at 9 p.m. on NFL Network.
This year marks the tenth season of the documentary series, which “examines the untold stories of the most influential NFL icons.”
Harrison’s will be the tenth episode of the series primarily featuring a Steelers player, coach or moment, such as the Immaculate Reception.
Undrafted out of Kent State University, Harrison signed with the Steelers in 2002. After being cut multiple times by Pittsburgh and enduring stints with the Baltimore Ravens and Rhein Fire of NFL Europe, Harrison returned to the Steelers in 2004, and his career took off from there.
He went on two win two Super Bowls with the Steelers and NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2008. Harrison was also named to five Pro Bowls and earned First-Team All-Pro honors twice.
Harrison’s 80.5 sacks are the most in franchise history. He also tallied 564 solo tackles, 122 tackles-for-loss, 33 forced fumbles and seven interceptions over his career.
His 100-yard pick six off of Kurt Warner in Super Bowl XLIII will be remembered as one of the most greatest plays in NFL history.
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