Must-watch video guaranteed to put a lump in your throat. If you’re a Packer fan that has been following cornerback Al Harris and his rehab from a serious knee injury, surely you’ve been amazed by how well it seems to have been going. The progress Harris has made is nothing more than remarkable.
Yet in the back of your mind, you surely know it’s a very delicate and tenuous process. Just one wrong step or slip, and Al’s world could come crashing down again. Take a look:
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8 thoughts on “Scary Moment for Green Bay Packers’ Al Harris During Rehab”
God! I swallowed my cigar. That was scary! I was cursing TT for not drafting a CB or two.
That man must be made of spring steel. He is moving around at what appears to be a very high level. Awesome!
yeah – I was real nervous there for a minute. Imagine him going down because he slipped on one of those cones? Notice there was no cone there when they had him do that drill again later…
damn i hope he cames back good. cause you cant knock the mans commitment or effort.
Yeah, I have to admit, this video series has opened my eyes a bit. I don’t think I ever quite understood how dedicated some of these guys are. It’s one thing to read about it, a whole other thing to see it with your own eyes.
Proud to be a Packer fan. It has been great watching the hard work and the progress…
Hang in there Al! I have to say, whenever I hear someone talk about Al Harris I think of “We want the ball and we’re gonna score!”
You need to get back on that field so you can do that to Brett in 2010!!! See you next season!
Ha Ha… A great moment in Packers history…
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