Monday, January 28, 2013

Veteran safety Chris Harris retires

Bears and Jaguars fans woke up to some interesting news. Veteran safety Chris Harris has decided to retire. 
Harris finished his career as a member of the Jacksonville Jaguars after playing a total of four years with the Chicago Bears that were interrupted by a three-year stint with the Carolina Panthers.

He also spent time with the Detroit Lions.

During his nine seasons Harris racked up time in 101 games.

In those games we netted 439 combined tackles,  13 forced fumbles and 16 interceptions.

Harris was a late addition October addition to the Jaguars after they lost Dwight Lowery to an ankle injury.

Salute to Chris Harris.

The bumps and bruises of the game such as his hamstring issue kept him from touching the ceiling of his true potential.

His five interception season in 2010 was an example of what he was capable of when he was available for a full 16-game season.

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