According to the agent of Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison, the player’s young son has been released from a hospital in Pittsburgh after suffering personal injuries in an attack by his father’s pit bull.
According to William Parise, agent for the Superbowl champion linebacker, late on May 26, 2-year-old James Harrison was released. He says the boy is doing fine.
On May 18, the dog bit the boy on his thigh after his mother let the dog out of its pen. The dog also attacked and injured her and Harrison’s massage therapist, who required three stitches.
Parise says he’s trying to find a place for the dog to live so it does not have to be euthanized.