Josh Harris saw action in five games during the regular season…made his postseason debut in the AFC Wild Card Game vs. Baltimore…signed to the Steelers’ active roster on November 18, 2014.
-0): Running back Josh Harris signed with the Steelers as an undrafted rookie free agent on July 29, 2014.
PRO (5-0/1-0): Running back Josh Harris signed with the Steelers as an undrafted rookie free agent on July 29, 2014.
2014 (5-0/1-0):Josh Harris saw action in five games during the regular season…made his postseason debut in the AFC Wild Card Game vs. Baltimore…signed to the Steelers’ active roster on November 18, 2014.
COLLEGE: Played in 43-of-49 games for Wake Forest from…led the team in rushing with 489 carries for 2,230 yards with 19 rushing touchdowns…registered an additional 304 receiving yards on 47 career receptions…reached the school’s top-10 career rushing list and tied for seventh on the school’s career touchdown list…majored in sociology. 2013: Played in all 12 games, registering 125 carries for 470 yards with four rushing touchdowns...earned an additional 117 receiving yards on 15 receptions…recorded three kick returns for 58 yards averaging 19.3 yards per return…led the team in rushing and was third in touchdowns…totaled 645 all-purpose yards. 2012: Played in and started 11 games...led the team in rushing with 608 yards on 137 carries...ranked second on the team with five rushing touchdowns...averaged 55.3 rushing yards per game to rank eighth in the ACC...ranked fifth on the team with 19 catches for 96 yards...also returned four kickoffs for 51 yards…ranked third on the team with 755 all-purpose yards for an average of 49.5 per game...went over 100 yards rushing for the fourth time in his career with 129 yards and two touchdowns vs. Army, including a 63-yard rushing touchdown in the third quarter...competed on the track & field team, running a 6.88 to place 11th in the 60-meter dash at the 2013 ACC Indoor Championships 2011: Battled injuries to appear in nine games with five starts on the season but still finished as team’s second-leading rusher...rushed 101 times for 432 yards with three rushing touchdowns...also caught five passes for 22 yards...topped the 100-yard mark with 136 yards on 13 carries vs. Florida State, becoming the 35th player in team history to rush for 1,000 yards in his career...missed the Virginia Tech and Duke games with a hamstring injury. 2010: Played in 11 games with four starts...named honorable mention Freshman All-America by the College Football News...led the team in rushing with 720 yards with seven rushing touchdowns...his 5.7 yards per carry average was the third-best average in school history and the highest by a Deacon since 1971...ranked fifth in the ACC in rushing yards per game…had two of the longest runs in school history with an 87-yard touchdown at Virginia Tech and a 74-yard gallop at Vanderbilt...made first career start at Virginia Tech and turned in his best game of the season, rushing for 241 yards (sixth-highest single-game total in school history) and two touchdowns on 20 carries...earned ACC Rookie of the Week honors after the performance at VT...turned in second 100-yard effort of the season with 138 yards on 18 carries with one touchdown at Vanderbilt. 2009: Redshirted.
PERSONAL: Attended Duncanville High School (Duncanville, Texas)…ran a 10.93 at the District 8-5A track championship in 2007 and ran a personal best of 10.09 in the 100-meter...helped Duncanville to its first playoff appearance since 2004...as a junior, rushed for 900 yards and six touchdowns on just 60 carries...recorded 80 tackles on defense in 2007…son of Darrell Harris III and Beverly Harris...Full name: Joshua Derrell Harris.
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Heinz Field hosts the annual 4th of July Celebration.
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The Steelers promoted running back Josh Harris to the 53-man roster. James Saxon, Todd Haley, and Le'Veon Bell weigh in on what he brings to the team.
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Josh Harris takes the handoff for a 31-yard gain against the Carolina Panthers.