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Mon, 09 May 2005 21:50:19 -0700
Larry Mayer, of ChicagoBears.com, reports since RB Walter Payton retired in 1987 only four Chicago Bears' players have scored 10 or more touchdowns in a season. RB Neal Anderson accomplished the feat four times (12 in 1988, 15 in '89, 13 in '90 and 11 in '92) and WR Curtis Conway (12 in '95), RB Rashaan Salaam (10 in '95) and RB Raymont Harris (10 in '97) each did it once.
Fri, 24 May 2002 19:43:08 -0700
Chicago Bears.com reports former NFL RB Raymont Harris is joining the broadcasting business as co-host of a sports radio talk show in Columbus, Ohio. The most popular topics discussed by Harris and co-host Mark Wyant on "The Fan" are Ohio State football and Columbus Blue Jackets hockey.
Tue, 19 Dec 2000 18:10:36 -0800
Associated Press reports the New England Patriots have released RB Raymont Harris for the second time this year.
Mon, 18 Dec 2000 05:05:21 -0800
The Boston Herald reports New England Patriots RB J.R. Redmond (ankle) once again showed doesn't have the word durable in his list of qualities. Redmond looked good early yesterday, rushing for 66 yards on 20 carries but then injured his right ankle and wasn't able to return. X-rays were negative, but Redmond isn't likely to play next week. RB Kevin Faulk replaced him, but quickly fumbled and was replaced by FB Tony Carter. Faulk was later allowed to return to the field. RB Raymont Harris was declared inactive before the game began.
Mon, 11 Dec 2000 03:19:38 -0800
The Boston Herald reports New England Patriots RB Raymont Harris was expected to see more of a workload on Sunday but a big hit early in the game knocked him out of the team's game plan. He was able to play after the hit, but didn't see much action. RB J.R. Redmond (ribs) started the game despite his ribs not being 100% yet but he also didn't see much action. The Patriots ran the football just 13 times on the day compared to 48 pass plays.
Sun, 10 Dec 2000 12:29:17 -0800
ESPN reports RB J.R. Redmond (ribs) will start at tailback for the New England Patriots today, but newly re-signed RB Raymont Harris is also active and expected to see some playing time.
Sat, 09 Dec 2000 15:13:31 -0800
The Boston Herald reports New England Patriots RB J.R. Redmond (ribs) went through practice all week but was not involved in contact drills. He may play this weekend, but it's still up in the air. Newly re-signed RB Raymont Harris went through practice the later part of the week and may end up as the starter this weekend as RB Kevin Faulk appears to be in the dog house once again after fumbling for the fifth-time this year on Monday night.
Wed, 06 Dec 2000 16:57:12 -0800
ESPN reports the New England Patriots have re-signed RB Raymont Harris and placed DT Brandon Mitchell on injured reserve. WR Sean Morey has been cut from the team's practice squad and LB Maugaula Tuitele was signed.
Sat, 03 Jul 1999 07:20:00 -0700
According to the Patriots official web site, in addition to RBs Raymont Harris and Harold Green, WR Michael Jackson and TE Derek Brown, the Patriots also recently had ex-Minnesota RB James Stewart in town for a workout. The team continues to look at all available options.
Sun, 13 Jun 1999 07:35:00 -0700
The Boston Globe reports that in the ongoing saga of running the football, the team will have former Packers/Bears RB Raymont Harris in later this week for a workout.
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