The 39-year-old veteran looks just as good as he did 10 years ago. The former Defensive Player of the Year and Steelers’ all-time sack leader is putting out offseason workouts like no other, leaving little room to doubt an unforgettable season for the edge rusher.
It’s been awhile since he’s put up 70 tackles and 10-plus sacks in a year, but judging from his insane workouts on social media, he could bully offensive linemen around all season. With Bud Dupree looking for a better year and T.J. Watt taking pressure off of him, Harrison could find another 10 sack year seven years after his last one.
If this is Harrison’s final season, which would surprise no one if it’s not, he’ll be looking to go out with a bang. A Super Bowl ring is definitely top priority, but earning a spot in the Pro Bowl may be number two.
After watching the future Hall of Famer for the last 14 years, it’s easy to say that anything is possible. Harrison could come into 2017 and lead the league in sacks. Looking at the work, he’s put in in this offseason, and how he’s set out to prove Commissioner Roger Goodell wrong for constantly drug testing him, Harrison could leave Pittsburgh on one of the best seasons in NFL history.