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?
If you haven’t seen Al’s rehab video, watch it. It’s a great view of Al’s dedication but also a great view of how bad his knee really is.
I have faith in Al, but I have to take this from a realist’s perspective. If you watch the video you can’t be haunted by the words, “Worst injury I have seen in my 20 year career.”
Right now, no one in their right mind should be counting on Al Harris, and the Green Bay Packers should be thinking that way too. This instantly puts Tramon at number two, with a questionable core of backups both talent and health wise. Does this move cornerback up the priority list? It’s hard to say I suppose. I will say that it certainly more important than ever.
The best case scenario, in my mind anyway, is Al is on the field by week eight. Hopefully, he is playing lights out again by week 12. That’s the best case folks. However, if you take off your rose colored glasses and really look at it… Al Harris is most likely done.
I hope I am wrong.
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