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No Room on the Roster For 35-Year-Old Corner

CB Al Harris (Alan Diaz/AP)

Everyone must fill a role on the 45-man game day roster, and Al Harris would have been a man without a role. Our Matt Tevsh provides some common sense to what has become an emotionally charged debate.

In the end, there was no practical way this Packers team, this season, could have kept Al Harris and his pride on its roster. So, while it may have come as a surprise to Packers fans that the two-time Pro Bowl cornerback, set to return to the field after a major knee injury, a stint on the PUP list and a yearlong recovery process, was released on Monday, it should not have. Coach Mike McCarthy...

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