The Pittsburgh Steelers informed linebacker James Harrison that the team won't be re-signing him, according to a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette report.
The 34-year-old was cut March 9 after he refused to take less money, and the Steelers chose not to pay his $6.57 million salary for 2013.
Few teams have expressed interest. Harrison was making visiting Baltimore on Sunday when the Ravens signed Elvis Dumervil.
With Harrison gone, 2009 second-round pick Jason Worilds is likely to step in at linebacker.