Najee Harris was impressive in his first season for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Finishing fourth in rushing in the NFL in his rookie season with 1,667 yards, and scoring 10 touchdowns. He also earned the Joe Greene Award for best Steelers, and also earned an invite to the NFL Pro Bowl.

The Steelers also were able to make the playoffs. However, they fell to the Kansas City Chiefs 42-21 in the wild card round.

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Now Harris turns to an off-the-field activity that both Crimson Tide and Steelers fans are sure to buy a stake in.

Najee and the Steelers recently announced the creation of the "Najee Harris Collection" on the official Pittsburgh Steelers shop's website.

The collection itself consists of 2 short sleeve shirts, 1 long sleeve shirt, a hat, and a hoodie. All items bear Najee's logo, the number 22 in the background, with a gold NH in the front of the numbers, the initials of Harris respectively.

Portions of the proceeds generated by the collection will also go to Najee's foundation, Da' Bigger Picture. The foundation is a partnership between Najee and Chaffin Luhana LLP, a law office in the area.

According to the foundation's website, Da' Bigger Picture was created to "provide tools and assistance to families facing challenging times. Some of the key areas of focus will be education, homelessness, addressing hunger and utilizing sports as a platform to develop life skills."

For more information on Da' Bigger Picture, click here.

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