Friday, May 03, 2013

Former-Packer Al Harris comes back; retires a Packer

Earlier this week, former Packers CB Al Harris signed a one-day deal with his old team to retire with them. Harris played for Green Bay from 2003-2010, appearing in two Pro Bowls and making one All-Pro team.

"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 to retire as a Packer," Harris said Thursday, nearly 3½ years since he played his final snap for the Packers. "I had a great experience in Philadelphia, great experience in Tampa and everywhere else I played, but Green Bay is a special place to play football."

I honestly don't care where he retires, but I am grateful that I got to see this guy play before he started getting hurt.

1 comment:

Brandon said...

I'm glad to see he has no bad feelings over his release. He could still play to some extent, he went on to play for the Dolphins and the Rams after the Packers. I'm not sure where I'd rank him among cornerbacks I've seen play for the Packers but he's near the top.