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Dolphins Cut Al Harris

Al Harris

Harris is without a team again.

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 released by the Packers. A hamstring injury ended his season.

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8 Comments

  1. Jimminy glick December 31, 2010

    Best of luck, Al!!!
    I wish he could retire as a Packer.
    I’ll always think more fondly of guys like William Henderson, Al Harris, Donald Driver, Leroy Butler than I ever will Brett Favre.
    Men like those four mentioned always cared more for this team, the fans and the future of that team than Favre ever did.

    1. jeremy December 31, 2010

      Reggie too. He brought us a Super Bowl win.

      1. nurseratchett January 2, 2011

        All hail the minister of defense. If you watch pawn stars, you will see a #92 jersey hanging on the the wall…

  2. Madcity Packer Fan December 31, 2010

    Cool lets get Al back for next season.

  3. Dirty Sanchez December 31, 2010

    what’s with the fucking Best Buy pop ups? In any case, Al is a class act, but obviously his days are done. If he had anything left we would have kept him.

  4. TimL December 31, 2010

    Bring Harris back!!

  5. Flyboy January 3, 2011

    Al’s career didn’t end because of the injury. It ended because of Plexico Burris. I still don’t understand why McCarthy didn’t get Harris some help in that NFC championship game.

  6. Cameron Ludwikoski February 4, 2011

    I know packer fans it hurts seeing al a veteran of the packers gone. Its the same as Donald driver being traded. But it was for the best, look who we have now # 38 Tramon Williams hes become one of the best conerbacks in the game. We will never forget you AL HARRIS! best of luck on your recovery.