It's a very interesting battle between the National Football League, the Players' Association, and the four players name in theAl Jazeera performance enhancing drug report, and James Harrison as per usual is speaking his mind.
After it was revealed that Harrison would be making himself available for an interview with the NFL, the Steelers defender explained why he agreed to it in the first place. According to NFL reporter Aditi Kinkhabwala Harrison felt that if he went to war with the NFL on this he "would definitely hurt the team" and opted not to do so.
It doesn't sound like Harrison is the least bit worried about the interview however, and in fact he told Kinkhabwala that the NFL has absolutely nothing on him.
"They don't have credible evidence. Period. End of discussion."
James Harrison: "They don't have credible evidence. Period. End of discussion."— Aditi Kinkhabwala (@AKinkhabwala) August 18, 2016
Why'd James Harrison agree to NFL request? Tells me standing up for himself and not submitting "would definitely hurt the team."— Aditi Kinkhabwala (@AKinkhabwala) August 18, 2016