Deebo would have an incredible 2008 where he was a First Team All Pro, had a career high 16 Quarterback Sacks and would lead the National Football League in Forced Fumbles and Approximate Value while also winning the prestigious Defensive Player of the Year Award. More importantly he would lead the defensive team in a win at Super Bowl XLIII and was returned an interception for a touchdown that day, though he still might be winded from it! Harrison went to the Pro Bowl the next three years, with a second First Team All Pro nod and he helped them reach (though they lost to Green Bay) Super Bowl XLV.
Harrison signed with the Cincinnati Bengals for 2013 and retired shortly after only to return to Pittsburgh until he was released late in the season in 2017. He finished his career playing with the New England Patriots that year where he helped them reach the Super Bowl.
Harrison retired with 84.5 Quarterback Sacks but as an elite player for only five years and wither average or mediocre for the rest of it a Hall of Fame selection might be hard but any former Defensive Player of the Year should receive consideration.