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Stats Show Why Harris Remains Leader of Backs

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It's been a long time since DuJuan Harris has been on the field and plenty has changed with the addition of two of the top runners in the draft. Nonetheless, he remains the No. 1 back due in large part to how the running game flourished with Harris in the lineup last year.

Why is DuJuan Harris the Green Bay Packers' No. 1 running back, despite not practicing in the offseason and not getting on the field for training camp until Monday? "The young man is a damn good football player," coach Mike McCarthy said on Monday. A midseason addition to the practice squad last year, Harris wound up being too good on Clarke Hinkle Field to be kept off of Lambeau Field...

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