Najee Harris runs just about as hard as anyone in football.

The physical back from the University of Alabama was a workhorse throughout his college career with 638 rushing attempts. Of course, Harris is a complete back — he can run, catch and block, but he usually sets social media on fire with his hurdling.

Remember against Notre Dame? Of course you do.

However, the NFL is a different game, and hurdling players (or not) at football’s highest level comes down to a business decision. It appears that Harris has already made it.

During his second preseason game against the Eagles, Harris tried to hurdle a defender in the first quarter, and it didn’t go so well.

As you might imagine, Pittsburgh fans are giddy about their potential young superstar, and fans across the NFL expressed concern for Harris, saying he shouldn’t try to hurdle during a preseason game.