Before DuJuan Harris was injured during training camp last season, he was expected to compete to be the starting running back of the green Bay Packers along with Eddie Lacy. Of course, the injury Harris suffered caused him to miss the entire season and with Lacy, as they say, the rest is history.
Lacy went on to a dominant rookie season in which he earned NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Honors, following a season where he rushed for for 1,178 yards, added 257 yards receiving and scored a total of 11 touchdowns. Lacy became such a valuable player for Green Bay that he is now arguably the second most important player on the Packers offense behind quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
With Lacy’s success coupled with the fact that Green Bay re-signed James Starks to a new two-year contract, it begs the question, where does that leave DuJuan Harris?
Harris, a former undrafted free agent, proved his worth to the Packers at the end of the 2012 season. During that season he played in just four games...