9. Al Harris
The Packers acquired Al Harris in 2003 in a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles. The Packers sent a second-round pick in exchange for Harris and a fourth-rounder. The deal turned out to be a steal for the green and gold.
Harris started 92 consecutive games for the Packers and quickly established himself as the team’s lockdown corner. He made up for his lack of elite athleticism by being extremely physical at the line of scrimmage and making the receivers work to get off the line.
He was right behind Collins in interceptions for the decade with 14 which ranked fourth. His 87 pass deflections also ranked first on the team. He also made two Pro Bowls in 2007 and 2008 and was a second-team All-Pro in 2008.
Harris came to Green Bay with many critics, but finished his time with many champions.