After a promising start to the week for Pittsburgh Steelers LB James Harrison, things are looking a bit worse on Wednesday. Harrison was limited in practice on Wednesday and has still yet to be cleared for Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos after recent arthroscopic knee surgery. When asked about his knee, Harrison was less than cheery.
Steelers LB James Harrison on how his knee feels: "I don't know. I'll talk to you Friday. Peace. Out. Out of my face." #steelers— Mike Bires (@mikebires) September 5, 2012
Harrison wasn't the only Steelers LB with issues at practice on Wednesday as Larry Foote did not take part in practice due to his ankle. RB Baron Batch was limited in practice, but Isaac Redman and Rashard Mendenhall were full participants, keeping the possibility of a week one return for Mendenhall open. DE Brett Keisel and LB Jason Worilds were full practice participants as well.
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