Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison slams Browns fan Nathan Mallett to the turf after he ran onto the field during the fourth quarter of the Steelers' 41-0 NFL win over the Cleveland Browns in this Dec. 24, 2005 file photo, in Cleveland. // James Harrison tackles Browns fan (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

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Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison slams Browns fan Nathan Mallett to the turf after he ran onto the field during the fourth quarter of the Steelers' 41-0 NFL win over the Cleveland Browns in this Dec. 24, 2005 file photo, in Cleveland.

Talk about a crappy Christmas present. A Cleveland Browns fan couldn't have liked the black and blue wrapping he found on his body when he woke up in pain on Christmas morning 2005. Just the day before, the intoxicated fellow, Nathan Mallett, ran onto the field and charged toward a few of the Pittsburgh Steelers defensive players during the Pittsburgh 41-0 victory. But before Mallett could do any harm, he was tackled, picked up, and bodyslammed by Steelers linebacker James Harrison, who restrained him until authorities took him away. For as crappy as the moment was for Mallett, at least the snapshot would have looked nice on a Christmas card.