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DuJuan Harris would have entered training camp last summer as the No. 1 running back. Now, he's fighting for a spot on the roster. He's not going to pout about his circumstances, however. "No matter what it is, no matter how much it could affect me, you've got to smile about it, because things could be worse."

After missing all of last season, Green Bay Packers running back DuJuan Harris feels like a "newborn deer." He's full of energy and ready to run, but his legs are wobbly and his direction uncertain. "I feel ready to go, man," Harris said last week. "Got to get back in the mental department, but I'll be ready." He had better be. Nothing, and everything, has changed for Harris in the last couple... Recommended Stories

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