You're the one who said "he's 30 now." You were wrong, I pointed it out.
I'm not arguing that he's overpaid and I wouldn't have been too upset with letting him go, but you formulated a bad argument with a bad contract to Harrison.
Also, citing the Steelers as your example the year after they feel to make the playoffs also has a ring of irony to it.
I know he is 29 today....you didn't point that out. Fact is he should be refered to as a 30 yr old RB bc he will never play a single down at 29.
Steelers have a LONG history of with guys after they became stars. It is part of there model. Like I said, don't get too caught up in a direct Harrison/Williams comparison that you miss the real point.
If you run your business smart like the Steelers you part with guys before they are washed up. You do it for a variety of different reasons but you part with them. We are steadily doing the opposite.