Najee Harris led the NFL with 381 carries as a rookie and he doesn't appear ready to slow down.
Earlier this offseason, the running back discussed the Pittsburgh Steelers' plan to reduce his workload, but more recently Harris expressed a desire to do whatever it takes to win games.
Rich Eisen asked Harris if he could go for 400 touches in 2022.
"I'll get 500 (expletive)," he responded. "Listen, I didn't have an issue with it. It was the media who had an issue with it. I told them every game, 'If this is the way we're winning, I can carry the load.' I train to carry loads. It's not something that I haven't done before. I did it in college, high school, NFL. For me to get that much carries, I was like, man, is we winning games? It was a long streak where someone was saying if I have 25 carries, then we're undefeated. So OK, this is our identity right here. Let's keep this going on, let's keep this going. Listen, if I get 500 carries, as long as we're winning, it doesn't really matter."