Well, this was almost inevitable, wasn’t it? Running back DuJuan Harris was let go by the Green Bay Packers, so of course the Minnesota Vikings signed him.
Running back DuJuan Harris won’t be carrying for the Green Bay Packers again. The Packers have decided not to tender the exclusive rights free agent.
Running back DuJuan Harris met a local girl whose bike was a little too small for him to ride to practice. He didn’t let her down though.
Someone taught DuJuan Harris the term “feeding the monster” and now he’s using it over and over and over again to talk about himself. Seems like he’s pressing a bit.
DuJuan Harris missed all of 2013 with a knee injury, but with James Starks a free agent, Harris could find himself filling Starks’ role next season. That could form a bruising one-two punch with Eddie Lacy.
The Green Bay Packers annual parade of guys to injured reserve will begin with running back DuJuan Harris. Harris’ injured knee will cost him the season.
It seems pretty clear. The Green Bay Packers will open the season with Eddie Lacy as their No. 1 back and DuJuan Harris as No. 2. But what of the rest?
The Green Bay Packers have activated running back DuJuan Harris from the physically unable to perform list, making the team’s crowded backfield even more so.
DuJuan Harris hasn’t practiced at all yet in training camp, but Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy says he’s the team’s starting running back.
DuJuan Harris will be out two or three more weeks, which means he probably has little chance to win the starting running back job. It may even cost him a roster spot.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy is committed to running back DuJuan Harris in 2013, but not anyone else. The rest of the Packers runners are on notice, which means the backfield could look a lot different this season.
Although DuJuan Harris is the Green Bay Packers No. 1 running back, he has no plans to rest in the offseason. Instead, he’s going to be a car salesman.