According to the Wisconsin State Journal , Packers defensive back Al Harris and the Green Bay Packers have agreed to terms on a new two-year extension. Harris said the deal adds a pair of roster bonuses worth a combined $4.5-million and modest Pro Bowl incentives to his existing contract.
Harris had been unhappy with his contract last season after Charles Woodson signed a 7-year, $39-million contract with the Packers. In spite of that deal, Harris still drew the coverage assignment on the opposition's top receiver.
Harris didn't hold the Packers hostage though. Instead, he played out the season, hoping for a new deal, which according to today's report, has apparently happened.