DuJuan Harris RB GB 7 Days

Harris caught one pass for 11 yards in Sunday's victory over the Jets.

Harris tallied more touches than backup running back James Starks, but neither player recorded a carry as the Packers leaned heavily on the passing game while climbing out of a 21-3 hole. Starks remains the top backup behind Eddie Lacy, and Harris will continue playing sparingly, primarily on passing downs.

DuJuan Harris RB GB 18 Days

Harris could be bumped up on the depth chart for Week 2, after fellow Packers running back Eddie Lacy was diagnosed with a concussion Thursday night, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.

Harris had a poor Thursday night, as he gained seven yards on one garbage-time carry, and was removed from kick-return duties following a pair of questionable decisions. While his role in the offense was minimal with Lacy healthy Thursday, Harris is set to work as James Starks' top backup if Lacy can't play in Week 2 against the Jets.

DuJuan Harris RB GB 1 Month

Harris had 56 yards on 12 carries and 42 yards on two receptions in Friday's preseason game against the Raiders.

Eddie Lacy handled just one drive, leaving plenty of first-team work for Harris and James Starks. The two would likely both get touches in the event of a Lacy injury, but Starks seems to have a pretty decent grip on the No. 2 spot on the depth chart.

DuJuan Harris RB GB 1 Month2 Comments

Harris rushed seven times for 32 yards and caught one ball for two yards during Saturday's preseason win in St. Louis.

Harris didn't earn any reps with the first-team offense, as Eddie Lacy was followed by James Starks during Aaron Rodgers' two drives of the game. Starks couldn't muster much with his four carries, racking up nine yards in all, but he seems to be the primary backup to Lacy at the moment. Harris could draw closer in the competition, though, if he continues to produce in the preseason.

DuJuan Harris RB GB 1 Month

Harris gained 18 yards on seven carries and six yards on two receptions in Saturday's preseason opener against the Titans.

Eddy Lacy was held out, allowing James Starks to get the start, with Harris serving as the top backup. Starks is easily the preferred Lacy handcuff, but Harris could perhaps carve out a bit role in the offense.

DuJuan Harris RB GB 2 Months

According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Packers RB DuJuan Harris' 2013 knee injury was a ruptured patellar tendon.

We knew the injury was to Harris' patellar tendon, but not that it was ruptured. This is an injury that commonly derails running back careers, most notably and recently Cadillac Williams and Ryan Williams. Ruptured patellar tendons can sap explosion. Harris participated in OTAs, and in June coach Mike McCarthy stated Harris "looks like he's back to full strength." Harris projects as Green Bay's No. 3 tailback this season, behind Eddie Lacy and James Starks.

DuJuan Harris RB GB 4 Months

Packers RB DuJuan Harris (knee surgery) is participating in OTAs.

A favorite of the coaching staff as recently as last offseason, Harris missed all of 2013 after "fluid and irritation" of his right patella forced him to undergo knee scoped. The 25-year-old is battling Johnathan Franklin and UDFA Rajion Neal for a role behind Eddie Lacy and locked-in backup James Starks.

DuJuan Harris RB GB 8 Months

DuJuan Harris (knee) said he's still working on sudden cuts.

DuJuan Harris RB GB Sep 16 '13

DuJuan Harris (injured reserve, knee) said he will be ready for the offseason program.

DuJuan Harris RB GB Aug 27 '13

Packers placed RB DuJuan Harris (knee) on injured reserve, ending his season.

Coach Mike McCarthy made the announcement Tuesday. He didn't rule out the possibility of making Harris the Packers' injured reserve/designated for return player, but that's unlikely. Harris injured his right knee twice over the course of OTAs and the preseason, and likely needs surgery. Eddie Lacy will open the season as Green Bay's clear-cut lead back, and possibly operate as an every-down back. His fantasy value is soaring. Alex Green, Johnathan Franklin, and James Starks round out the depth chart.