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Former Eagle and Oregon Duck Cliff Harris found guilty of harassment

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Cliff Harris entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with tons of talent but with extremely questionable character. He will likely end his career the same way after being found guilty of harassment in Oregon last Friday. Harris, who played for Chip Kelly at Oregon and for the Eagles last summer, will serve 18 months bench probation and 100 hours of community service.

The Eagles fanbase were thrilled when Andy Reid and Howie Roseman acquired Harris after he went undrafted for character issues. Those issues, which stemmed from a memorable marijuana arrest and several traffic-related mishaps, also got him dismissed from the Oregon program by Kelly. Harris showed promise during his short-time with the Eagles and fans were eager to see him make the roster. However, he was cut just days before the fourth preseason game.

Since being cut by the Eagles, Harris has been arrested three times and had a three month stint with the Jets earlier this year. Harris was initially arrested for harassment following an altercation with his girlfriend at Buffalo Wild Wings in May. The former Duck's NFL career has likely gone up in smoke.