AL HARRIS RUMORS & GOSSIP
Al Harris Jr. is a 2014 defensive back commit to the University of South Carolina, and has agreed to do an exclusive interview with us. He is the son of former NFL star cornerback Al Harris, who is well known for his days with the Green Bay Packers. We hope that you enjoy this interview!
Q. Thanks for taking time to do this interview. How are you doing?
A. I’m doing well.
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...
Al Harris didn't know how a ceremonial retirement was supposed to work and he didn't really care. All that mattered to the two-time Pro Bowl cornerback was that he was somehow able to say he retired as a member of the Green Bay Packers.
''Just over my career I had an awesome time, but the better part of my years were in Green Bay, (so) it was just important to me...
Via AP on Fox
May 02, 2013
The Green Bay Packers announced on Wednesday that former cornerback Al Harris would retire as a member of the club.
Harris, 38, spent seven of his 14 NFL seasons in Green Bay, but is remembered best for his pick-six of Seattle Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck in overtime of an NFC wild card playoff game on Jan. 4, 2004 after Hasselbeck (a former Packer himself) famously declared...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Al Harris will officially retire as a member of the Green Bay Packers.
Harris, who played cornerback in Green Bay from 2003-09 and spent 14 total years in the NFL, chose to retire with the Packers rather than with the Philadelphia Eagles, where he began his career and played five seasons. Harris also played one season with the Miami Dolphins (2010) and one season...
Cornerback Al Harris has chosen to formally retire from the NFL with the Green Bay Packers.
The team announced the decision on Wednesday.
Harris played seven seasons for the Packers after coming from Philadelphia in a trade in 2003. He started all 102 games he played in and had 14 interceptions during his time with Green Bay, including Pro Bowl selections in 2007 and 2008.
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May 01, 2013
The Kansas City Chiefs announced Friday that they hired Al Harris as their secondary coach, Mark DeLeone as a quality control coach and they are keeping assistant strength coach Brent Salazar. Kansas City also signed wide receiver Tyler Shoemaker. Harris, who played 15 years in the NFL with the Philadelphia Eagles, Green Bay Packers, Miami Dolphins and St. Louis Rams, will start...
Al Harris Jr. is working hard on the practice field this Spring at St. Thomas Aquinas (Ft. Lauderdale, FL). The 2014 corner back has got plenty of time before he'll be making a decision about college, but he already has his first offer and plenty of interest to go along with it. Get the latest on Harris right here.
The Rams have lost 36-year old CB Al Harris for the rest of the season due to a torn right ACL. Harris played in 9 games for the Rams this year and he had 15 tackles, 7 passes defensed and 1 fumble recovery. This might be the end of the line for Harris, and if it is, he has had a great career. Harris has played in 194 games in his first 14 years in the NFL and he has 468 tackles...
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St. Louis Rams cornerback Al Harris and tight end Mike Hoomanawanui both suffered potential season-ending ACL injuries in the win at Cleveland.
Harris was hurt five minutes into Sunday's 13-12 win. Hoomanawanui went out on the last play of the third quarter.
The Rams have been bothered by injuries all season. Coach Steve Spagnuolo said 15 players will be either out or limited...
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November 14, 2011