By: Chloe Hornaday
Steelers great James Harrison has announced retirement.... for the second time. But, second time seems like the real deal.
He posted it on Instagram on Monday morning with a very short post. It read, "I've missed way too much for way too long...and I'm done. Many thanks to my family, coaches, the fans, and everyone who played a role in my football life. #2ndAndFinalRetirement #HarrisonFamilyValues #BlessedAndHighlyFavored #GodsPlan"
If this is really the end, he has concluded an awesome journey in the NFL. The Kent State product was undrafted in 2002 because so many teams thought that he was too small to be a rusher. He later became an NFL defense player of the year, went to the Pro-Bowl 5 times, and was first team all pro two times in Pittsburgh.
Harrison played his first 10 NFL seasons with the Steelers before a one-year journey with the Bengals, and tied his career up with the New England Patriots. Harrison started in New England's Super Bowl 52.
James Harrison will go down in history especially up in Pittsburgh.
Source: Men's Health