Packers running back DuJuan Harris runs for yardage during a preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks last August. Harris went on injured reserve with a knee injury days later.
The original script never called for Eddie Lacy to be a solo act in the Green Bay Packers' backfield.
The overlooked second-rounder certainly was going to play a role in the revitalization of the NFL's 20th-ranked rushing attack, but first-year scatback DuJuan Harris also was part of the blueprint.
The possibility of pairing the backs together was the linchpin of Packers coach Mike McCarthy's plans for the offense, though the implementation was never fully realized. ...