12. Al Harris
Al Harris spent the back half of his career with the Packers, but it was unquestionably his best football.
He fit right in with the city of Green Bay, as a hard-nosed, blue-collar worker who scrapped for everything he got. Harris didn’t possess top-notch physical gifts like other cornerbacks, but he pressed wide receivers at the line of scrimmage and made them work to get the ball.
After being acquired via a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2003, he spent the next seven years of his career with the Packers. He made two consecutive Pro Bowls in 2007 and 2008. He was also voted as a second-team All-Pro in 2007.