James Harrison announces 'final retirement' with Instagram post of kids' photos

James Harrison announces 'final retirement' with Instagram post of kids' photos

James Harrison announces 'final retirement' with Instagram post of kids' photos

James Harrison, a two-time Super Bowl champion linebacker with the Pittsburgh Steelers during 15 National Football League seasons, announced his retirement on Monday in an Instagram post.

"I've missed way too much for way too long. and I'm done", Harrison wrote ion the Instagram post, along with pictures of his children. He eventually became an NFL Defensive Player of the Year, five-time Bowler and two-time first-team All-Pro in Pittsburgh.

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Harrison was undrafted out of Kent State in 2002. He retired briefly in September 2014 only to be lured back to the Steelers.

He played 90 percent of the team's defensive snaps in Super Bowl LII and was arguably their most effective player on the front seven. The Steelers cut him two days before Christmas and he signed with the New England Patriots to finish the season, helping them advance to the Super Bowl.

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Harrison signed a two-year deal last spring that would have kept him in Pittsburgh through his 40th birthday. This time however, it seems as though Harrison will not be persuaded to suit up again.

Harrison announced his retirement on Instagram.

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Harrison had 84.5 sacks, 34 forced fumbles, 26 passes defensed, nine fumble recoveries, eight interceptions and a touchdown in 193 career appearances. However, he had a change of heart and continued to play on for a few more seasons. He signed with the New England Patriots last offseason. To prove himself, Harrison played for NFL Europe's Rhein Fire in 2003.

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