Posted May 02, 2013 on gnb.scout.com
PLAYERS: Al Harris
Al Harris, now an assistant coach with Kansas City, officially ends his playing career with the Packers. The two-time Pro Bowler suffered serious injuries in 2008, 2009 and 2011. "I looked at it as God telling me, 'OK, it's time to turn the page.'"
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