GREEN BAY, Wis. -- "We want the ball and we're going to score."
That infamous line from Seattle Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck in a 2004 playoff game against the Green Bay Packers led to what many around the state of Wisconsin would likely deem as the most memorable moment in the career of cornerback Al Harris. Three plays after Hasselbeck confidently let his message be heard on the speaker system inside Lambeau Field on that January day, Harris intercepted a pass in overtime and ran it back 52 yards for a game-winning touchdown.
More than nine years later, Harris officially retired from the NFL and decided to do so as a member of the Packers. Somewhat surprisingly, though, his interception of Hasselbeck is not the play he remembers most about his time in Green Bay.
"It's not on the top of the list," Harris said in a conference call Thursday. "But that was a really great experience, and we moved onto the next round."
Harris' most memorable game happened during the 2005 season,...