James Harrison says he’s lowered his target area on opposing players to avoid fines

Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison has finally adapted to the NFL’s rules on hitting defenseless players below the head and neck area.

“I’ve really lowered my target area to where it’s down around the knees,” Harrison said Friday on “Mike & Mike in the Morning.” “Situations come along where you could tackle the guy high. I don’t do that anymore. I tackle the guy low.”

It’s nice to see that Harrison has finally gotten the message.  It looked like at one point he wasn’t going to change.  I guess if the NFL keep taking your money, you’re forced to listen sooner or later.