Harrison rumbles into history books

Originally Published: February 1, 2009
By Greg Garber | ESPN.com

TAMPA, Fla. -- Do not be surprised that one of the biggest plays in Super Bowl history -- perhaps in all of sports -- was executed on Sunday night by Steelers linebacker James Harrison.

He is the youngest of 14 children and he was cut four times -- three by the Steelers -- before a random injury and a curious passion for special teams allowed the undrafted free agent to sneak onto the roster in Pittsburgh.

As it turned out, Harrison was the only logical player on either roster ...

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