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Tommie Harris is a player who has been pretty well-documented in the offseason, and now again as the preseason comes to a close.
Harris is the former 14th overall pick of the Chicago Bears. He was also voted to three Pro Bowls and was a two-time All-Pro selection before his fallout with the Bears.
His downward spiral began in 2007. He injured his knee that season and it has been bothering him off and on since. In 2009, he was ejected from a game against the Arizona Cardinals for punching Deuce Latui in the face. In 2010, the Bears benched Tommie Harris for his lack of effort in the game. And now, he has been released from the Indianapolis Colts.
There's no doubting that Harris can play at a high level. It's just about how to get him to perform at that All-Pro level. Steve Spagnuolo is a tough-minded coach who could maybe slap some sense into the ne'er-do-well. Harris would definitely help out the Rams defensive line rotation if he plays at his highest level.