About Cliff Harris Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Clifford Allen Harris, simply known as Cliff Harris, is a retired football player in the National Football League. Born on November 12, 1948 in Fayetteville, Arkansas, he was a safety for ten seasons in the league. He attended Ouachita Baptist University and did not go through any NFL draft. He entered professional football when he was invited by the Dallas Cowboys to be trained and earned the safety position in the team. However, he failed to appear in any game during his second rookie season because of military obligations. He came back in the league and joined the Super Bowl VI where the Cowboys won over the Miami Dolphins and played a number of other games for the Cowboys. Aside from the Super Bowl VI, he also appeared in four other Super Bowl tournaments and was a six-time Pro Bowl selection.
After the 1979 season, he went into retirement, which, according to sources, he did for him to focus on his business. Nicknamed “Captain Crash”, he was inducted to the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame and was named as a free safety in the Sports Illustrated’s Dream Team. He was also a part of the 2004 Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor and had a career record of 29 interceptions and 418 yards on punt returns.
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