LATROBE, Pa. (AP) Pittsburgh Steelers' linebacker James Harrison doesn't want to face a suspension. He is also not interested in talking to NFL representatives right now, either.
The NFL has threatened Harrison and three other players with an indefinite suspension if they don't cooperate in its investigation of alleged use of performance-enhancing substances by Aug. 25. The others are Clay Matthews, Mike Neal and Julius Peppers. All four, along with Peyton Manning, were named in a report by Al-Jazeera featuring allegations made by Charlie Sly, who worked as an intern at an anti-aging clinic. Sly later recanted his claims.
Harrison spoke Tuesday, a day after the NFL's threat became public. He says he is ''not going to answer questions for every little thing that some Tom, Dick and Harry comes up with.''