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Plaxico Burress

Harris vs. Burress; McKenzie vs. Kampman; Driver vs. Webster

Packers CB Al Harris vs. Giants WR Plaxico Burress Harris is expecting the Giants' own injury-battered offense to go right at him because he has only one good arm after suffering a sprained right elbow in the opener. Although Harris's range of motion will be an issue, Harris probably still will be put on Burress, the Giants' top receiver. Harris is giving up...

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