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Fearless

Fearless

Maybe it's the dreads, maybe it's something in the Green Bay water. Whatever it is, even after physicians told him he was bleeding internally, Al Harris knew he'd be back.

"That's the last thing I thought was that it was an internal injury just from getting hit in my side, then to come in the locker room and I would be gone for six weeks, I never felt my season was over. It's not what they say, I just believed I would not be done for the year," Harris said.

Perhaps the dread effect is infectious. Atari Bigby will be back, Charles Woodson's toe is healing, and AJ Hawk will be ready to go.

Maybe the story about a former Packer quarterback traitor might actually be a blessing in disguise. With everyone paying attention to the Motor City conspiracy, there is a good chance no one will notice that even Aaron Burr err...sorry, Rodgers is going to be one hundred percent as well.

(Stay Tuned)

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sermonator's picture

I don't get the Aaron Burr reference.

but great news about our guys healing up.

Alex Tallitsch's picture

While historians are uncertain as to Burr's particular activities, <strong>he was accused in turns of having committed treason</strong>, of a conspiracy to steal Louisiana Purchase lands away from the United States and <strong>crown himself a King or Emperor</strong>. He did go so far as to form his own regiment of at least 200 men. Burr was arrested in 1807 and brought to trial on charges of treason, for which he was acquitted. Burr returned to <strong>New York City</strong> and lived a largely reclusive existence until his death.

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