Soon-to-be unrestricted free agent Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison announced Sunday that he is not retiring.
“I decided to hold off on retirement, so it’s time to pack up and head to AZ to start my training so I can be ready to play another year,” Harrison wrote on Instagram.
Harrison, who recorded 5.5 sacks last season after being signed in Week 4 of the 2014 season, did not give any indication if he’ll be signing back with the Steelers.
Harrison, who turns 37 in May, has done his offseason training in Arizona for several years now. He decided to retire last offseason after failing to sign with another team during free agency. He unretired after the Steelers lost starter Jarvis Jones for an extended amount of time in the week 3 game against the Carolina Panthers.
Should Harrison not re-sign with the Steelers, you would have to think he might consider playing for former defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau, who was hired to oversee the Tennessee Titans defense several weeks ago.