Ever since the Pittsburgh Steelers cut ties with linebacker James Harrison, Harrison’s agent Bill Parise has been diligently working the phones, and thinks his client would fit in well with a handful of NFL teams.
“Baltimore would be a great fit for James,” agent Bill Parise said. “They’re a contender and a class organization, so James would definitely be interested. I would think they would have a need with the market for Kruger.”
The Steelers have released linebacker James Harrison, an Akron native and Kent State alum, and his agent, Bill Parise, said he thinks the Browns would be a great fit for him. He said Harrison, 34, would love to play for the Browns and return to this area.
A former NFL defensive Player of the Year would have no problem joining the New Orleans Saints as former Steelers outside linebacker James Harrison would “love to be in New Orleans,” according to his agent, Bill Parise.
“The Saints would be a great fit,” Parise said Sunday afternoon.
The Steelers cut the 34-year-old Harrison earlier this week after he wouldn’t agree to restructure the remaining two years of his contract.