From the Green Bay Press Gazette and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Green Bay Packers' cornerback Al Harris has a ruptured spleen and could miss the rest of the 2008-09 season.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy said that the doctors would not allow Harris to return to last night's game once he had blood in his urine. At his Monday afternoon press conference, Coach McCarthy said the team was conducting more tests on Harris. It is also reported that the Packers will not declare that he will for sure be out for the season. Harris left Sunday's game twice in the first quarter, first after colliding with linebacker A.J. Hawk downfield and then again after making a tackle. Harris didn't return to the game after his second hit. If Harris is sidelined for the rest of the season, Tramon Williams and Will Blackmon would have to step up and make some plays. Williams would most likely start at the #2 cornerback spot.