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Harris' Packers career appears over

Nov. 6, 2013 11:21 AM
 
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Al Harris' tenure with the Green Bay Packers is apparently over. The 35-year-old cornerback, who is trying to come back from major knee surgery, told ESPNMilwaukee.com that he will be waived later today (Monday) rather than activated off the physically unable to perform list or placed on injured reserve. “Yes, that is what they are going to do,” Harris told the website via text message Sunday night.“I lost my job to injury, but I have only good things to say about Green Bay and everyone I worked with.” After the Packers failed to activate him for Sunday's game against the Cowboys, the likelihood of him playing this season greatly decreased. Why the Packers chose to release him rather than put him back on injured reserve isn't known. -- Rob Demovsky, rdemovsk@greenbaypressgazette.com http://twitter.com/RobDemovsky

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