When St. Louis beat New Orleans this weekend, we were surprised as all of you must have been – besides you hardcore Ram fans; we know you never wavered seeing those glorious throw-backs gracing the turf.
Posts Tagged ‘Al Harris’
Losing a game to a division rival is hard. But for the Cowboys, losing one of their best linebackers might be the hardest thing to overcome after Sunday’s loss to the Eagles.
Posted: Sunday, December 5th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Al Harris, Brandon Marshall, Channing Crowder, Cleveland Browns, Eric Barton, Joshua Cribbs, Kenyon Coleman, Miami Dolphins, Shaun Rogers, T.J. Ward, Week 13 inactives
Miami Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall (hamstring) will miss his second game in a row with a hamstring injury. He was limited in practice this week and was listed as questionable in the team’s final injury report.
Posted: Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Adrian Jones, Adrian Tracy, Al Harris, Andy Tanner, Atari Bigby, Bill Noethlich, Bobby Sewall, Brandon Renkart, Brett Lockett, Cecil Newton, Chris Scott, D'Anthony Smith, Darren Mougey, Darry Beckwith, Darryl Richard, David Pittman, Derrick Ward, Donald Butler, Dwayne Wright, Edwin Williams, Gary Banks, Gerard Lawson, Glenn Pakulak, Hall Davis, J Leman, Jack Williams, James Dearth, James Starks, Jim Sorgi, John Bowie, John Estes, John Malecki, John Phillips, Jon Alston, Josh Barrett, Josh Gordy, Julius Williams, Kareem Brown, Kevin Boothe, Kevin O'Connell, Lance Long, Lee Grimes, Leigh Bodden, Lendy Holmes, Malcolm Kelly, Marcus Mason, Marko Mitchell, Matt Giordano, Mike Rivera, Nate Garner, Nehemiah Broughton, Nyan Boateng, O'Brien Schofield, Patrick Watkins, Pete Ittersagen, Phillip Merling, Ricky Schmitt, Roren Thomas, Sean Canfield, Sidney Rice, Sinorice Moss, Stephen Hodge, Taurus Johnson, Terrence Johnson, Terrence Nunn, Thomas Johnson, Titus Adams, Tyler Polumbus, Will Ta'ufo'ou
The cutdown deadline for NFL teams to reduce their rosters to 75 players passed at 4 p.m. EST, and was surrounded by a flurry of activity.
One offseason injury that should be followed this season is that of Packers CB Al Harris, who has said he’ll be back on the field this season. But when, and if, that takes place still remain big questions.
Posted: Monday, November 23rd, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Aaron Kampman, Al Harris, Ben Roethlisberger, Brandon Jacobs, Brian Dawkins, Chad Rinehart, Chris Kemoeatu, Eric Wood, Isaiah Ekejiuba, Jeromey Clary, John McCargo, Kurt Warner, Ladell Betts, Marc Bulger, Marshawn Lynch, Matthew Stafford, Randall Gay, Richard Seymour, Seth McKinney, Week 11 injuries
Here’s a brief look at the notable injuries we’ve been tracking around the NFL throughout Week 11, including Ben Roethlisberger, Matthew Stafford and Marshawn Lynch.
Packers veteran CB Al Harris said during a radio interview Thursday he doesn’t believe Brett Favre’s reputation should be tarnished if he choses to return. It’s a topic that resonates deeply with Packers fans. But has Favre permanantly tarnished his reputation with his pending decision to un-retire and play with the Vikings?
The NFL announced several changes to the 2009 Pro Bowl rosters on Tuesday, adding Dolphins rookie LT Jake Long, Titans QB Kerry Collins and Packers CB Al Harris as injury replacments.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy said there has been “significant improvement” with CB Al Harris’ spleen injury, and that he could realistically return after Green Bay’s bye week.
Despite suffering a serious spleen injury Sunday night against the Cowboys, Packers cornerback Al Harris is going to try to play again this season, according to The National Football Post, a website which is co-owned by Harris’ agent, Jack Bechta.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy confirmed that CB Al Harris has a “serious” spleen injury on Monday, saying that the injury requires a cautious approach.