Steelers linebacker James Harrison doesn't think the NFL should fine him, let alone suspend him, for his helmet-to-helmet hit on Browns quarterback Colt McCoy. The incident took place in Pittsburgh's win over Cleveland on Thursday night. Harrison said Monday he hasn't heard from the NFL and doesn't expect to. The 2008 NFL Defensive Player of the Year insists he did nothing wrong on the play. "I don't think it's suspension-worthy," Harrison said. "I don't think it's worthy of anything, but that's just my own personal thoughts." The NFL is considering a one- or two-game ban for Harrison, and at least will hit him with a hefty fine, according to a league source.
Harrison Doesn't Expect Fine For Hit On McCoy