Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison is willing to restructure his contract for the next two seasons, though he's not willing to take a pay cut, his agent told Trib Total Media. Harrison is set to earn $6.57 million this season and $7.57 million in 2014. "Can we help the Steelers by restructuring James' contract? We're certainly willing to do that," agent Bill Parise told the Trib's web site. "Do we need to take less money? I don't think so. Personally, I think he's a bargain." Harrison will turn 35 in May and had 70 tackles and six sacks last season. He missed the first three games while recovering from knee surgery.
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