RB - FA
The Pittsburgh Steelers decided to release running back Josh Harris. Harris didn't show offensive coordinator Todd Haley enough to earn a spot on the 53 man roster.
Josh Harris wasn't going to see many carries if he made the 53 man roster for the Steelers. Harris is going to be a practice squad guy, so if he gets signed, don't try to get him on the waiver wire.
Josh Harris had the opportunity to lead the Pittsburgh backfield on Saturday against the Ravens, but had a hard time finding room to run. He carried the ball nine times for 25 yards and added two catches for six yards.
The Baltimore run defense was boosted by the return of star lineman Haloti Ngata. The Pittsburgh running game was bottled up all evening as it was clear the team missed Le'Veon Bell. Harris is an interesting dynasty league prospect as he does appear to have some potential.
Undrafted rookie Josh Harris will get the start for the Steelers against a stout Ravens pass defense in place of the injured Le'Veon Bell on Wild Card Weekend.
In addition to Harris, Dri Archer and newly signed Ben Tate will rotate in for change of pace running and pass protection. Josh Harris is an interesting low-budget option even in a very tough matchup. Harris is worth a what the heck flier if you're playing in a daily playoff league with a salary cap based drafting system.
Josh Harris took over as the Steelers primary running back after Le'Veon Bell left Week 17 with a knee injury.
Josh Harris is a rookie who went undrafted out of Wake Forest. He's a big running back with speed. Harris had a 50+ run called off after a holding penalty and didn't do much else after Le'Veon Bell left the game Week 17. Having said that, Harris will likely be the primary RB with Dri Archer changing the pace against the Ravens if Bell can't go Wild Card weekend.
Undrafted rookie RB Josh Harris served as Le'Veon Bell's only active backup in Week 14 against the Bengals. Harris received four carries late in the game and gained 9 yards.
Josh Harris went undrafted out of Wake Forest and was recently promoted from the Steelers practice squad. Harris accused his college coaching staff of badmouthing him to scouts; resulting in his going undrafted. Harris has talent. He's a large RB with sneaky speed. Harris has jumped ahead of third-round pick Dri Archer, who was a healthy scratch against the Bengals because coach Mike Tomlin wanted an extra special-teams player on the active roster. The takeaway here is that Josh Harris is Le'Veon Bell's handcuff. Bell's not giving up his carries anytime soon, but if Bell goes down, Harris could help in your darkest fantasy hour.