Al Harris signed a contract with the Packers, no, he's not making a comeback, it was a one day deal so he could formally retire from the NFL wearing green and gold. Harris spent 7 of his 14 years with Green Bay, twice making the Pro Bowl. He was acquired from the Philadelphia Eagles by Mike Sherman in 2002 and appeared in over 100 games with the Pack. The long armed, long haired defensive back was one of the best at press man coverage and his career was highlighted by his overtime interception of Matt Hasselbeck of the Seattle Seahawks in the 2003 playoffs, taking the pick for a touchdown in the 33-27 victory. A knee injury led to Harris' release in 2010. He played one year in Miami and 2011 in St. Louis but another knee injury sidelined him for good. Harris is still involved in football however, hooking up with Andy Reid as a defensive backs assistant coach with the Kansas City Chiefs.
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