DuJuan Harris wasn't much of a car salesman. Didn't sell a single one, in fact, in the week he was working at a Chrysler-Jeep-Dodge dealership in Jacksonville, Fla.
''I came close a few times,'' he said. ''I don't want to say I was nervous, but people would ask me about the cars and I didn't know much about it. I was just like, `Man, I'm not going to sell the cars.'''
That's OK. As the Green Bay Packers have discovered - and the rest of the NFL is quickly learning - the pint-sized running back is far better suited for a job in the NFL.
Elevated from the practice squad Dec. 1, Harris' speed, elusiveness and surprising power have helped give the Packers the consistent run game they've been trying to find all season. And after catching a team-high five passes Saturday night, Harris also gives Aaron Rodgers yet another option in what was already the NFC's deepest receiving game.
The Packers (12-5) play at San Francisco (11-4-1) on Saturday in an NFC divisional game.
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