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want James Harrison back for 2017and K'Waun Williams signs one-year deal with 49ers

 NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Tuesday that mutual interest exists between the team and the 38-year-old free agent according to Harrison's agent Bill Parise.

"The sides have not begun negotiating in earnest but it sounds like a matter of time before it happens," Rapoport reported.

It echoes what Steelers president Art Rooney II said last month telling the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that the club is "open" to reuniting with Harrison while noting: "I think he is (too)."

And why not? Harrison was marvelous last season piling up five sacks on 758 snaps in the regular season before adding another 2.5 takedowns in the playoffs.

The Dolphins for starters have no doubts about Harrison's ability to wreck a game plan as he did to Miami in a lopsided playoff encounter.

While other quarterback-chasers are typically retired or rendered subpar by his age Harrison was a terror who overwhelmed blockers and forced teams to pay extra attention to him on passing downs. Finishing as the 11th-rated edge rusher by Pro Football Focus Harrison also played well against the run and wound up with the metric site's third-highest grade in pass coverage.

While we marvel at the feats of a nearly 40-year-old Tom Brady don't forget what Harrison has accomplished -- and the havoc he continues to wreak -- in Pittsburgh. The
The cornerback is signing a one-year deal with the San Francisco 49ers NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.

Williams had fielded four contract offers including one from the Jets according to NJ Advance Media but chose the Niners.

Williams burst onto the Browns' scene in 2014 as an undrafted free agent who stunned many by usurping first-round pick Justin Gilbert in the secondary serving primarily as the team's nickel corner. His most memorable performance came during the Browns' historic comeback win over the Titans in Tennessee in Week 5 of the 2014 season.

Less than two seasons later things got a little hairy. Williams suffered an ankle injury during training camp prior to the 2016 season and when offered a full workload in a preseason contest against Green Bay Williams chose not to accept it citing his injury as the reason. The Browns viewed this as conduct detrimental to the team and suspended him for two games (a loss of one game check).

Williams sought a second opinion on his injury and the independent specialist from the Cleveland Clinic informed him he needed surgery to remove bone spurs. Twelve days after his suspension Williams was released by the Browns. The corner spent the season out of football while recovering from ankle surgery and filed a grievance against the Browns which will be heard on May 16 in Cleveland per Cleveland.com's Mary Kay Cabot. Williams is seeking full payment of his 2016 salary as well as reimbursement for the cost of his ankle surgery.

Now healed up and ready to play Williams gets to return his focus to the field where he'll join a Niners secondary that could use an effective nickel corner to join starters Jimmie Ward and Tramaine Brock. It's unknown how well Williams will rebound from the ankle operation but it's a low-risk signing for the Niners with potential for a great reward if Williams can replicate his play from 2014 and 2015.

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