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For Harris, From Selling Cars to Go-To Back

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DuJuan Harris was out of football for two months after being released twice in the span of a week this summer. On Sunday, he was the Packers' go-to runner. The 5-foot-7 back, in car lingo, can go from 0 to 60 in the blink of an eye and is "fearless" while attacking defenders.

DuJuan Harris has shown he's got some wheels. Between his release from the Pittsburgh Steelers and his signing onto the Green Bay Packers' practice squad, Harris tried to sell wheels. "I had a friend that helped me out," he said. "He had connections around the city of Jacksonville. First, I went to a Mercedes dealership and talked about working there but it didn't work out. They asked me if I...

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