The NFL has reduced the biggest fine it levied on Steelers linebacker James Harrison this season by one-third.
Harrison's fine was reduced from $75,000 to $50,000 for his hit on Cleveland wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi Oct. 17. Although Harrison lost his appeal, the NFL decided today to reduce the fine by $25,000.
"We're very pleased with the reduction and it's good step in the right direction," said Harrison's agent, Bill Parise.
Harrison was fined four times this season for $125,000, which now stands at $100,0000. Parise on Tuesday will appeal a $25,000 fine on Harrison for a hit in Buffalo Nov. 28.
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