Joseph Harris


Joseph "Joe" Harris received a scholarship to Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, and was inducted into the Georgia Institute of Technology Hall of Fame in 2000.

After graduating from Georgia Tech, Joe was drafted by the Chicago Bears in the 7th round, in 1974. Also drafted that year was the legendary Walter "Sweetness: Payton!

In the NFL, Joe had the honor of playing with players such as: Willie Harper, Archie Reese, Freddie Solomon, Cedric Hardeman, Al Collins, and "The Juice" O.J. Simpson.

He also played for the Los Angeles Rams where he stayed from 1978 to 1983. This time playing with legends like Chuck Muncie, Jim Marshall, Ted Brown, Fred McNeil, Nat Wright, Drew Hill, Kent Hill, Wendell Tyler, Billy Waddy, Cullen Bryant and a host of others.

Joe was blessed with the skills and abilities to play in SUPERBOWL XIV.

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The Stars that Never Shine — The Making of a Superbowl Football Player
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 32,120. Language: English. Published: July 20, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Sports biography, Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration
Autobiographical reflections of a former NFL Player from Super Bowl XIV. This book is a must read for aspiring football players. It provides invaluable insights and advice for ball players at any age from secondary school through college. It is a great tool for those who want a Super Bowl ring.

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