The NFL has completed three of the four player interviews related to its performance-enhancing drug investigation stemming from an Al Jazeera America report, sources with knowledge of the situation told NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport.
Harrison's agent, Bill Parise, confirmed to Fowler that the meeting will take place at Steelers headquarters at 11 a.m. ET.
Today it is being reported that a date for that meeting has been set. An NFLPA attorney will be present to help limit the questions to only those about the report.
Manning was interviewed about alleged PED use and cleared by the league this spring.
That drew the ire of the NFL Players Association, which has maintained the league has "zero credible evidence" to warrant the interview demands. McPhee's letter said Harrison would meet with the National Football League at 5 p.m. August 30 at the team's facility, and would only discuss the portion of the Al-Jazeera interview that mentioned the 14-year veteran.
Despite agreeing to cooperate, Harrison referred to the NFL's interview as a "waste of time". "I've been prosecuted and persecuted, you know, publicly in the media by them for something I didn't do", Harrison said.
The league's deadline for cooperation from the four current players was Thursday.
"If it leads to the hands of that crook, I mean [commissioner] Roger Goodell, he can do whatever he wants", said Harrison, who wants to broadcast his interview for transparency purposes. "That's just the collective-bargaining agreement that the players signed (in 2011)". It's a stupid thing I gotta do to continue doing what it is I want to do and trying to get to where we want to be, and that's holding a Lombardi.