James Harrison knows what it's like to be the bad guy.
So, when Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell posted a cryptic tweet on Thursday that said, "It's hard to be a hero in a city that paints you as a villain," Harrison was quick to offer a four-word response.
"Welcome to the city," Harrison posted.
Harrison received some negative feedback -- from both fans and some players on the Steelers -- after he signed with the New England Patriots in December, three days removed from being released by Pittsburgh. The 39-year-old vented his frustration over social media as well, but was later cheered last month his first public appearance in the Steel City when he attended the "Shear Da Beard" charity event hosted by Steelers defensive lineman Brett Keisel.
Bell has threatened to skip training camp for the second straight year after receiving the franchise tag from the Steelers, well, for the second straight year.