The NFL hasn't ruled on James Harrison's appeal, but it did rake in some money from his hit on Colt…
James Harrison suspension upheld
Harrison was fined four times for illegal hits against quarterbacks in 2009 and 2010 and twice for unnecessary roughness for a total of six fines during that time.
"Players who were fined for violations in 2009 or 2010, and whose fines were either partially or fully upheld, will be considered second and/or repeat offenders under this policy," the NFL stated.
Harrison can't return to the facility or practice until his reinstatement on Dec. 20.
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