James Harrison, Roger Goodell meet
PITTSBURGH -- Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison called his meeting with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell "semi-productive," saying he spoke his mind about the stricter enforcement of dangerous hits -- a policy teammate Troy Polamalu criticized for causing paranoia around the league.
Harrison, a former AP NFL Defensive Player of the Year, briefly threatened to retire after the NFL fined him $75,000 for his Oct. 17 helmet hit on Browns wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi.
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