While some Steelers players have indicated that they would prefer if Tom Brady was on the field when Pittsburgh opens the season in New England on Sept. 10, James Harrison seems to have a different take on the situation.

Harrison offered three words when asked about Brady's four-game suspension being upheld by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday, according to PennLive.com.

It's probably a good idea that Ramon Foster is the Steelers rep for the players' union and not Harrison.

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