Steelers’ James Harrison submits third offseason drug test

James Harrison can’t seem to escape the NFL’s skepticism.

The Steelers linebacker on Tuesday shared a photo on his Instagram account of what he claimed was his sample for his third random drug test in as many months this offseason.

In the hashtags of his caption, Harrison appeared to say that he also was tested March 29 and April 27. Although the league can test players up to six times in an offseason under the collective bargaining agreement, the 14-year veteran believes he’s been unfairly singled out after being one of five players investigated by the NFL last year over an Al-Jazeera America report alleging PED use.

While his weight room videos of his superhuman strength raise questions, the 39-year-old maintains he doesn’t need PEDs to extend his all-time sack record with the Steelers.

Why he’s here: We lied. Prescott is the hardest quarterback to rank on this list. Is he too high? Too low? He went 13-3 as a starter as a rookie and learned what it takes in the postseason in a heart-breaking loss to the Packers. Prescott should continue to grow as Dallas’ next big-time quarterback.

Flacco scale: 3.5 Flaccos. We’ll give him that fourth Flacco if he wins a playoff game this season. For what it’s worth, Prescott had his best game of the season with 301 yards and three TDs against Flacco and the Ravens in 2016.

Taylor is still Buffalo’s quarterback, and he’ll be ahead of Cardale Jones and Nathan Peterman on the depth chart in 2017. The one concern with Taylor — who has put up 37 TDs and 12 INTs the last Discount Yankee Jerseys two years — is he hasn’t played a full 16 games as a starter and is just 14-14 in that stretch.

Flacco scale: Two Flaccos. Taylor took the lessons he learned as Find Cheap Jerseys Flacco’s backup from 2011-14 in Baltimore and put together solid back-to-back seasons with the Bills.

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