Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert was asked Thursday about the pending situation with linebacker James Harrison while in Indianapolis at the NFL scouting combine. Colbert, according to report on NFL.com, said that they still haven't had any discussions with Harrison's agents about his future, but thinks that will happen after they get back from the combine. "Whether a player is part of your future or not, that's not going to take away from what he accomplished, said Colbert, via the report. "You'll never underestimate what that player did for you in the past, but this is about what you're going to be in 2013. If a player can help us, then we'll make those decisions accordingly." Colbert was then asked who he sees replacing Harrison if he winds up being a salary cap casualty in a few weeks and not surprisingly the Steelers GM said it would be fourth-year linebacker Jason Worilds.