Packer Rundown: Harris says Burress won; Woodsen & Robinson on surgery
The Green Bay Packers cleaned out their lockers Monday, still reflecting on their overtime loss to the New York Giants in the NFC title game.
Corner Al Harris admitted that he lost his individual battle with Giants' receiver Plaxico Burress, who caught a career-high 11 passes off Harris for 151 yards. The Elias Sports Bureau took three yards off that total Monday.
Meanwhile, veteran corner Charles Woodson says he probably won't have surgery on anything even though his left knee was bothering him since mid-December. He said the injured toe he suffered in Detroit on Thanksgiving no longer bothers him.
Also, receiver Koren Robinson said he did not expect surgery on his ongoing troubled right knee, but he says he'll probably have fluid drained from it.
Clements denies rumor
Packers' quarterback coach Tom Clements says nobody from the University of Alabama has contacted him about a coaching job with the Crimson Tide.
Media reports said coach Nick Saban wanted to talk to Clements about become Alabama's offensive coordinator.
Clements says there's nothing on the horizon at the moment.