I don’t think you can count him out right now, and we all remember the super spleen. But, with one of the worst knee injuries possible, is this the end for Packers Al Harris?
The first question that comes to mind is, ” Will these injuries have the same devastating effect on the Packers defense as Nick Barnett’s and Cullen Jenkins’ injuries did last season? With the improvement this year in personnel and scheme, I wouldn’t expect that drastic a drop-off.
Can we get a Bigby sighting please? So far, we haven’t seen a whole lot out of Atari. Bigby was supposed to be the hard hitting missile ala Troy Polamalu in Dom Capers defense.
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Is Al Harris is looking into a second career after football?
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Remember the Titans – not only a good movie, but something we should keep in mind for the rest of the week. Why you ask? Well simply put, come next weekend that is all they’ll have…the memories.
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.
I have no idea what I am going to write. Seriously, I am just going to pen this post as it comes and whatever ends up here is going to have to work.
It is looking like pro-bowl cornerback Al Harris could return right after the bye week. According to reports, Al is ahead of schedule in his recovery and is healing quite well.
Multiple sources have reported that cornerback Al Harris could return in as little as three weeks. According to the Associated Press, the word on Harris is encouraging.