Al Harris to retire
"As far as playing, I think that was my last play," Harris told reporters today "I just planted wrong. That's just God's way of telling me it's time for me to turn the page. I had an awesome time. I thank God for (coach) Spags giving me the opportunity to come out and I hope I left a positive impression on everybody."
Harris recorded 423 tackles, 21 interceptions and three touchdowns in a career that lasted for 194 games, 128 of them as a starter.
Harris, 37, plans to go into coaching.
"This is what I do," Harris said. "This is what I love to do. That's what I am going to come back to do is coach. I have my mind made up on that. Professionally, I think I hit every single goal I set out for myself so now it's time to turn the page and set a new set of goals."
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