Harrison totaled seven tackles (six solo), including a sack in the Steelers' loss to the Broncos on Sunday. He finished the post season with 11 tackles, including two sacks. Harrison continued where he left off from the regular season, in which he totaled 40 tackles (27 solo), including five sacks in 2015. He also had an interception and two forced fumbles. Since coming out of retirement in 2014, Harrison has recorded 10.5 sacks in 26 regular season games, second only to Cameron Heyward (12) over that span for Pittsburgh. With one year remaining on his contract, Harrison, who turns 38 before next season, will have to decide whether or not he will retire for a second time. However, he is worthy of fantasy consideration in IDP leagues for the 2016 season.
Harrison had two tackles (one solo) and an interception in the Steelers' win over the Browns on Sunday. Harrison picked off an Austin Davis pass in the third quarter, his first interception of the season, and the seventh of his NFL career.
Harrison (not injury related) is active for Sunday's game at Baltimore. Harrison's five sacks show that the old man can still get after the quarterback effectively, and he will look to keep it going this week at Baltimore.
Harrison totaled seven tackles (six solo) including three sacks in the Steelers' win over the Colts on Sunday. This was a monster game for Harrison, who also forced a fumble. With three sacks, Harrison is now tied with Cameron Heyward for the team lead with fve this season, and now holds the Steelers' record with 18 multi-sack games since sacks became an official statistic in 1982.
Harrison (knee) is active Sunday against the Seahawks. After putting in three full practices this week, Harrison will share snaps at right outside linebacker with Jarvis Jones. His presence will help as the Steelers look to slow down Thomas Rawls and the Seahawks rushing attack.