James Harrison Mohamed Massaquoi

October 20, 2010 by staff 

James Harrison Mohamed Massaquoi, (AP) They do not know how they are supposed to solve. They are also confused about why they should change the way they played football for years.

That the Pittsburgh Steelers are not worried about is stricter enforcement of the NFL hits dangerous to change their personality or physical. Even if quarterback Ben Roethlisberger suggested the change was made in part to the Steelers less competitive.

Linebacker James Harrison did not practice Wednesday, saying he was not sure how to play defense now that the NFL plans to fine and suspend players for flagrant hits, especially through headphones. Harrison has been fined 75,000 for a coup and to punish the Browns receiver Mohamed Massaquoi.

Safety Ryan Clark knows it will take some adjustment. But he said the aggression; mentality hit-before-you-get-hit Steelers defense will not change.

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