Green Bay Packers cornerback Al Harris returns an interception for a touchdown in overtime with Seattle Seahawks receiver Alex Bannister pursuit during the Jan. 4, 2004, NFC wild-card playoff game at Lambeau Field. File/Gannett Wisconsin Media
Al Harris, who played cornerback in Green Bay from 2003 to 2009, said he will retire as a Packer.
Harris started 102 games for the Packers and was named to the Pro Bowl in 2007 and 2008.
Harris will be remembered most for his interception return for a touchdown in overtime that carried the Packers to a victory at Lambeau Field over the Seattle Seahawks in a January 2004 playoff game.
Harris played five seasons with Philadelphia prior to the trade to the Packers. He blew out his knee during the 2009 season and was placed on the Packers' PUP list entering the 2010 season and was eventually cut later that year.
Harris played with Miami (2010) and St. Louis (2011) after that. He joined the Kansas City Chiefs coaching staff earlier this year as a secondary assistant.