Which NFL quarterback is the hardest to bring down? Ben Roethlisberger might be the first name that comes to mind, but according to Detroit Lions defensive end Cliff Avril, there's another QB that's just as hard to tackle.
Pittsburgh Steelers All-Pro linebacker James Harrison has issued an apology for some of the comments he made in a Men's Journal article. Harrison made offensive comments toward NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, including an anti-gay slur. He also ripped teammates Ben Roethlisberger and Rashard Mendenhall. "I'll start by offering my apologies for some of the words that I said..."
James Harrison of the Pittsburgh Steelers is known as one of the best defensive players in the NFL. He has also earned the reputation of being mean, hard nosed, and at times dirty. Harrison claims he's not dirty, but that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell branded him as such. He also ripped his quarterback Ben Roethlisberger for some costly mistakes he made in the last Super Bowl, as well as calling Steeler running back Rashard Mendenhall a "fumble machine."
Pittsburgh Steelers' quarterback Ben Roethlisberger played through a broken foot late last season, and throughout the playoffs. Ben told a Pittsburgh newspaper that the foot has not fully healed, and he may need an operation to repair the injury.
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