He's right. Harris displayed his wheels on a 59-yard blast against the Bengals that was ultimately called back by a holding penalty. Still, the former Wake Forest standout has just 16 yards off nine carries this season as a rarely used spot-duty runner behind Bell, the NFL's second-leading rusher. Behind Harris, we don't trust rookie Dri Archer or veteran Ben Tate -- already released by two teams this season -- to storm the gates.
Published: Jan 01, 2015 at 03:09 AM
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