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Al Harris-DB- Packers Nov. 28 - 2:02 pm et

Al Harris does not believe he'll be back with the Packers next season.
He's played well since returning from his ruptured spleen (Marques Colston beat Charles Woodson, not Harris on his 70-yard TD in Week 12), but Harris thinks Green Bay is "going young." Harris is due $5M in 2009, which isn't too much if he finishes the season well. However, the Packers could try to trade him for a third- or fourth-round pick because of Tramon Williams' emergence.
Source: Wisconsin State Journal
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powerhousebum wrote:Al Harris-DB- Packers Nov. 28 - 2:02 pm et

Al Harris does not believe he'll be back with the Packers next season.
He's played well since returning from his ruptured spleen (Marques Colston beat Charles Woodson, not Harris on his 70-yard TD in Week 12), but Harris thinks Green Bay is "going young." Harris is due $5M in 2009, which isn't too much if he finishes the season well. However, the Packers could try to trade him for a third- or fourth-round pick because of Tramon Williams' emergence.
Source: Wisconsin State Journal


i would be fine giving up the penalty machine if we get someone worth the time in the draft. however, harris has played well, and if we keep him that would be cool too.
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yobro04 wrote:
powerhousebum wrote:Al Harris-DB- Packers Nov. 28 - 2:02 pm et

Al Harris does not believe he'll be back with the Packers next season.
He's played well since returning from his ruptured spleen (Marques Colston beat Charles Woodson, not Harris on his 70-yard TD in Week 12), but Harris thinks Green Bay is "going young." Harris is due $5M in 2009, which isn't too much if he finishes the season well. However, the Packers could try to trade him for a third- or fourth-round pick because of Tramon Williams' emergence.
Source: Wisconsin State Journal


i would be fine giving up the penalty machine if we get someone worth the time in the draft. however, harris has played well, and if we keep him that would be cool too.


I know Tramon Has stepped up big, but with Woodson probably moving to safety at some point, who is going to play opposite Williams?
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yobro04 wrote:
powerhousebum wrote:Al Harris-DB- Packers Nov. 28 - 2:02 pm et

Al Harris does not believe he'll be back with the Packers next season.
He's played well since returning from his ruptured spleen (Marques Colston beat Charles Woodson, not Harris on his 70-yard TD in Week 12), but Harris thinks Green Bay is "going young." Harris is due $5M in 2009, which isn't too much if he finishes the season well. However, the Packers could try to trade him for a third- or fourth-round pick because of Tramon Williams' emergence.
Source: Wisconsin State Journal


i would be fine giving up the penalty machine if we get someone worth the time in the draft. however, harris has played well, and if we keep him that would be cool too.


I know Tramon Has stepped up big, but with Woodson probably moving to safety at some point, who is going to play opposite Williams?


forgot about the woodson move. that will hurt us i think.
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powerhousebum wrote:Al Harris-DB- Packers Nov. 28 - 2:02 pm et

Al Harris does not believe he'll be back with the Packers next season.
He's played well since returning from his ruptured spleen (Marques Colston beat Charles Woodson, not Harris on his 70-yard TD in Week 12), but Harris thinks Green Bay is "going young." Harris is due $5M in 2009, which isn't too much if he finishes the season well. However, the Packers could try to trade him for a third- or fourth-round pick because of Tramon Williams' emergence.
Source: Wisconsin State Journal


If we can get something for him in the form of a trade then lets do it...but if that means just cutting him, I'd rather see him stick around. Lets see if he can transition away from the bump and run coverage.