Earlier this month, Men’s Journal published an interview in which Harrison called out Roethlisberger for his performance in the Steelers’ loss to the Packers in the Super Bowl. “Hey, at least throw a pick on their side of the field instead of asking the D to bail you out again,” Harrison said. “Or hand the ball off and stop trying to act like Peyton Manning. You ain’t that and you know it, man; you just get paid like he does.”
Harrison reportedly reached out to Roethlisberger and claimed that his words were twisted, a theme that hasn’t really surfaced in Harrison’s subsequent apologies. But Roethlisberger doesn’t seem to be upset. Or if he is, he’s not showing it.