|Aug. 31, 201610:52 AM PT11:52 AM MT12:52 PM CT1:52 PM ET17:52 GMT1:52 AM 北京时间10:52 AM MST12:52 PM EST12:52 PM CT21:52 UAE13:52 ET16:52 - The NFL has cleared Pittsburgh's James Harrison, Green Bay's Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers in an investigation of whether they were provided with or used performance enhancers.
Analysis: Each player met with league investigators last week. The league was looking into allegations made in a documentary by Al-Jazeera America in January. The source of those allegations, which also targeted Peyton Manning, later retracted them.
|Aug. 15, 20164:28 PM PT5:28 PM MT6:28 PM CT7:28 PM ET23:28 GMT7:28 AM 北京时间4:28 PM MST6:28 PM EST6:28 PM CT3:28 UAE (+1)19:28 ET22:28 - Harrison is one of the four linebackers being investigated for an alleged link to performance-enhancing drugs. And will be suspended, if they don't agree to be interviewed by the league in the next 10 days.
Analysis: Harrison played in 15 games and has five sacks last season, but is again toying with retirement. Perhaps it's best to do so now.
|May 2, 20164:31 PM PT5:31 PM MT6:31 PM CT7:31 PM ET23:31 GMT7:31 AM 北京时间4:31 PM MST6:31 PM EST6:31 PM CT3:31 UAE (+1)19:31 ET22:31 - The five-time Pro Bowl linebacker announced on his verified Instagram Monday that he plans on returning to the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2016. Harrison posted a picture of his familiar No. 92 jersey emerging from a smoke-filled tunnel with a caption that read: "I'm back."
Analysis: Harrison finished with five sacks in 2015, but said after Pittsburgh's loss to Denver in the playoffs that he needed time to figure out if he wanted to come back for a 14th season. Harrison has one year left on his contract. As he typically does, Harrison has spent much of the offseason working out in Arizona.