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It's a done deal: for $51.75 million over six seasons, including $20 million in signing bonuses, the Steelers keep the 2008 NFL Defensive Player of the Year in the fold. That's a nice little raise from the $1.4 million he was scheduled to earn in 2009.

Source: Harrison gets $20M in bonuses [James Walker/ESPN]

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Steve said...

Good signing. Although not stupid money like the Redskins like to throw around, a contract like this for a 31-year old outside linebacker is more than I though he would get, but after the season he had and what he meant to the teams chances in winning the Super bowl, no one can really argue he doesn't deserve it.

Unknown said...

Lets hope they move onto others in dire need of an extension... like HEATH MILLER! Steelers won't be able to keep him if he hits open market... he needs signed THIS YEAR!!