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Former Panther Chris Harris announces his retirement

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what did he say on twister?

Left hand red.

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Left hand red.

I don't get it. I don't see how that's like raciststism

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I don't get it. I don't see how that's like raciststism

Think about it for a little while longer.

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Chris Harris is a fuging moron. I'm glad he didn't get another contract.

Retired? Nobody wanted you...

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he retired from covering receivers about three years ago

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Think about it for a little while longer.

still not getting it

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One year he had 8 forced fumbles. The way he would hit and rip was a thing of beauty! One of the best hitting SS's. Leader of the secondary. Closest thing to Minter we have had. Thanks for the hits hit man, I was always proud to wear your jersey.

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