Following injuries to Ryan Shazier and Jarvis Jones, the Pittsburgh Steelers have become extremely thin at the linebacker position. But, help may be on the way in the form of an all too familiar face. According to multiple reports, James Harrison will meet tomorrow and possibly sign with the Steelers, a team he played for a majority of his 10-year career. 

With Jones out for two months after undergoing wrist surgery, Harrison could serve as a viable player who already knows defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau's system and could immediately challenge Arthur Moats for the right outside linebacker starting spot.

It doesn't hurt that his kids have already given him their seal of approval. 

[via @SportsCenter]