Cornerback Al Harris will retire as a member of the Green Bay Packers, the club said Wednesday.
Harris played seven seasons with the Packers (2003-2009), intercepting 14 passes and twice making the Pro Bowl. He famously sealed the Packers’ January 2004 wild-card win vs. Seattle by intercepting a Matt Hasselbeck pass and taking it back for a touchdown in overtime.
Harris, 38, made 128 NFL starts, intercepting 21 passes in regular-season games. He was a sixth-round pick of the Buccaneers in 1997. In addition to his productive stint with Green Bay, the 6-foot-1, 194-pound Harris appeared in regular-season games for the Eagles (1998-2002), Dolphins (2010) and Rams (2011).
The Chiefs hired Harris as an assistant secondary coach in January.