James Harrison Discusses Roger Goodell, NFL Steroid Investigation

August 19, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison took aim at NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Thursday night. It came ahead of a potential interview with the NFL after his name came up in an Al-Jazeera America report of performance-enhancing drug users.
According to ESPN.com's Jeremy Fowler, the five-time Pro Bowler didn't mince words: "If it leads to the hands of that crook, I mean [Goodell], he can do whatever he wants. That's just the collective bargaining agreement that the players signed [in 2011]."
Harrison has denied any involvement with PEDs and agreed to an interview with the league on Aug. 30, telling Fowler: "If it went to a longer situation and I got the suspension, the bigger outcome wasn't really worth it. I wouldn't be on the team. I'd hurt the team, hurt my teammates and coaches."
The 38-year-old former NFL Defensive Player of the Year called for his interview to be televised live and in front of the media.
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