Harris returns to practice with new enthusiasm for spirituality

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Tommie Harris returned to practice Wednesday for the first time since serving his one-game suspension for a violation of team rules–being repeatedly late to team functions.

He was limited in practice because of his left knee and was asked if his physical contraints led to his frustration.

“No, it’s vice versa,” Harris said. “I think spiritually, that’s what led to all that. My conviction is terrible. I carry a lot of stuff. I carry a lot of stress, different things that I know I shouldn’t. That’s what happens when you disconnect with your source and I feel like I’m going back to what’s worked for me since the beginning. That’s where I’m at. I look forward to seeing you guys Sunday. Just pray for me. Don’t talk about me. Just pray for me. Trust me, it works.

*** Wide receiver Brandon Lloyd remained sidelined with the sprained posterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. DT Anthony Adams (ankle) and LB Nick Roach (left shoulder) were also held out.

CB Nathan Vasher (right wrist) and CB Charles Tillman (right shoulder) were limited.

OT Chris Williams is not listed on the inury report.

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