Veteran NFL cornerback Al Harris, one of the classiest and toughest competitors in the league, announced his retirement.
Harris tore his anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee in November against the Cleveland Browns.
December 27, 2011
Packer Report's Bill Huber weighs in on Al Harris getting what amounts to a career achievement award after not playing a single snap during the Packers' Super season. It's an interesting twist considering how his run in Green Bay came to an end.
"I think Al Harris will definitely play again in the National Football League," coach Mike McCarthy said, a statement that veteran cornerback Al Harris certainly agrees with. The Packers parted ways with Harris on Monday, calling it a "big-picture" decision.
November 8, 2010
Green Bay reportedly will release the 13-year pro on Monday, choosing impressive rookie Sam Shields as the third cornerback instead.
November 7, 2010
James Starks also is put on the physically unable to perform list, and Quinn Porter is put on season-ending injured reserve. The final 53-man roster must be set by Saturday afternoon.
August 31, 2010