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Morning roundup: Harris emerges as the go-to back

Jan. 1, 2013
 

Despite Packers coach Mike McCarthy's claim yesterday that "We don't have a starting running back," it sure looks like DuJuan Harris is their best option heading into the playoffs.

The diminutive back, all 5-foot-8 of him, got the bulk of the work in the regular-season finale.

Read more about that here: http://pck.rs/U1EXx4

In other news:

* Topping the notebook -- http://pck.rs/VsyF7P -- is an item about the expected return of WR-KR Randall Cobb for Saturday's wild-card playoff game against the Vikings.

* Analysts Cliff Christl and Eric Baranczyk place some of the blame for Adrian Peterson's explosive days against the Packers on CB Tramon Williams. http://pck.rs/VsxHIY

* Pete Dougherty's weekly scouting report focuses on the impact of Vikings CB Antoine Winfield's injury. http://pck.rs/ZQEwIt

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