Although he’s been effectively retired for a year, Al Harris will formally do so as a member of the Green Bay Packers. As well he should. He’s earned it. And yeah, we’ve got that video.
Former Green Bay Packers cornerback Al Harris is back in the NFL as a coach with the Kansas City Chiefs. Here’s where we relive Harris’ remarkable career, including the moment Matt Hasselbeck would love to forget.
Al Harris will return to Green Bay with the St. Louis Rams this week and he’ll see plenty of playing time. The Rams’ top three cornerbacks are out, which means Harris’ homecoming isn’t likely to be a good one.
Cornerback Al Harris may not have finished his career or the 2010 season with the Green Bay Packers, but Harris will always be a Green Bay Packer in our estimation. The organization apparently agrees. Even though the team cut Harris after he came off the physically unable to perform list, he’ll still get a Super Bowl ring.
Former Green Bay Packers cornerback Al Harris’ season ended earlier this month when the Miami Dolphins placed him on injured reserve. It looks like his career may be over as well. Miami released Harris from injured reserve, today. Harris played in three games for the Dolphins after returning from a major knee injury and being […]
The Miami Dolphins have placed former Green Bay Packers cornerback Al Harris on injured reserve, ending his season. Harris played in three games for the Dolphins after being released by the Packers in November. He spent the majority of the year with the Packers on the physically unable to perform list while recovering from major […]
As far as I’m concerned, Al Harris will always be a member of the Green Bay Packers. Although Harris no longer fit into the Packers’ plans, much like Aaron Kampman before him, Harris took the time to make one last gesture for the fans. In Sunday’s Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Harris took out a full-page ad […]
Former Green Bay Packers cornerback Al Harris has signed a one-year deal with the Miami Dolphins. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the move brings Harris, who lives in Pompano Beach, closer to home. “Al is excited to be playing in his hometown,” his agent, Jack Bechta said. “He has intimated to me […]
Former Green Bay Packers cornerback Al Harris cleared waivers Tuesday afternoon and became a free agent. The news isn’t terribly surprising. Although we fully believe there is interest in Harris, as the National Football Post initially reported, teams are unlikely to make a deal with him before seeing him work out. By making a waiver […]
Several teams are interested in former Green Bay Packers cornerback Al Harris, including one NFC North team, according to the National Football Post’s Joe Fortenbaugh. At least six teams have inquired about Harris, whom the Packers released on Monday, according to the report. The NFC North team is likely the Minnesota Vikings or Detroit Lions. […]
Veteran cornerback Al Harris can still play, but he didn’t fit into the Green Bay Packers plans. That was the message from coach Mike McCarthy after the Packers released Harris, on Monday. “We made a decision based on the overall depth and future of our roster. A number of different variables went into that decision,” […]
It’s somewhat surprising it ended like this, but the Green Bay Packers have released cornerback Al Harris, a move first reported by Jason Wilde. Harris, who suffered a major knee injury last November, has been on the physically unable to perform list throughout the season. The Packers had to make a decision on whether to […]
Safety Atari Bigby may be activated off the physically unable to perform list for the Green Bay Packers game with the New York Jets this weekend. Coach Mike McCarthy says he hasn’t ruled Bigby out, but he has ruled out cornerback Al Harris, who is in the same position as the safety. “We’ll finalize that […]
The Green Bay Packers will get cornerback Al Harris, safety Atari Bigby and running back James Starks back this week. All three players have been on the physically unable to perform list since the beginning of the season and this week is the first they are eligible to return to practice. Coach Mike McCarthy said […]
The Green Bay Packers reached the mandated 75-man roster limit on Tuesday by placing three players on the physically unable to perform list and one on injured reserve. Joining cornerback Al Harris on the PUP are safety Atari Bigby and running back James Starks, a sixth-round draft choice. None of the three have practiced this […]
Green Bay Packers cornerback Al Harris will start the season on the physically unable to perform list, according to coach Mike McCarthy. The move means Harris, who hasn’t practiced this preseason while he recovers from a serious knee injury, won’t be available to the Packers for the first six weeks of the season. “Al Harris […]
Although there was some optimism Green Bay Packers cornerback Al Harris may return this week, that will not be the case. Harris, who is rehabilitating a torn ACL, failed his physical on Monday, putting his status for the regular season opener in jeopardy. At earliest, Harris will return next week, but with two weeks left […]
Brad Biggs is reporting that Green Bay Packers cornerback Al Harris could begin practicing next week. Harris has been on the PUP list since the beginning of training camp, while he continues to rehabilitate a torn ACL. According to a league source, Harris could be cleared to return to practice as soon as Monday. He’d […]
Green Bay Packers safety Atari Bigby, cornerback Al Harris and running back James Starks failed their physicals on Friday and will start training camp on the physically unable to perform list. Harris, who is recovering from a devastating knee injury, was expected to start training camp on the PUP list. Bigby, and to a lesser […]
If you’ve checked out any of the videos of Green Bay Packers cornerback Al Harris rehabilitation this offseason, you’ve noticed the consistent presence of rap music. Specifically, you’ve heard the lyric “the proof is coming soon,” on several occasions. Someone asked what the music was and where it came from, and honestly, I had no […]