The Steelers are currently some $15 million over the expected $121 million salary cap, which means that some high-paid veterans could be asked to restructure their contracts, take a pay cut, or given their outright release. One of those players is 34-year-old outside linebacker James Harrison, who’s scheduled to make $6.6 million in 2012 and has already said that he’s not interested in playing for less than that.
But even if the Steelers and Harrison part ways, the former NFL Defensive Player of the Year has a fallback plan: dodgeball.
That’s right, Harrison is moonlighting as a member of the 2013 Ball Busters.
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