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Thanks for the memories, James Harrison

Steelers linebacker James Harrison is now former Steelers linebacker James Harrison.

Harrison tweeted his goodbye to fans Saturday.

I have plenty of memories of Steelers' Super Bowls, including Lynn Swann's catches, John Stallworth in Super Bowl XIV and Santonio Holmes' game-winner against the Cardinals.

Harrison's interception return is probably my favorite.

His slam of a Browns fan running on the field was a classic. Any hit of a Cleveland player ranks up there, too.

Thanks for all the memories and living up to the Steelers' hard-hitting tradition at linebacker.

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