Normal logic tells you that whenever you lose money, you don’t immediately turn your back on the very thing that can help you recover the money that you lost. Well, James Harrison apparently doesn’t deal in normal logic.
Since being hit with a $75K fine for his hit on Mohamed Massaquoi, Harrison has decided that he needs to sit down and think about his future, or lack thereof, in the NFL.
Hours after the league fined him $75,000 for his concussion-causing hit on Cleveland Browns wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi, Harrison appeared on Fox Sports Radio’s “Into The Night with Tony Bruno” and told guest host Jody McDonald that his first stop Wednesday morning will be in Tomlin’s office.
“I’m going to sit down and have a serious conversation with my coach tomorrow and see if I can actually play by NFL rules and still be effective,” Harrison said. “If not, I may have to give up playing football.”
“I really truly hope it’s something that can be done,” Harrison told Fox Sports Radio. “But the way that things were being explained to me today and the reasoning for it, I don’t feel I can continue to play and be effective and, like I say, not have to worry about injuring someone else or risking injury to myself.”
For real, James?