Harris said to be fine following knee scope

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PHOENIXTommie Harris underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee during January, a source at Super Bowl XLII said Saturday, but the defensive tackle is well enough to be out and about the Valley of the Sun.

Harris bowed out of the Pro Bowl last week, and Arizonas Darnell Dockett was added in his place, because of the knee injury. He played on a bad leg for the entire season, first dealing with the hamstring surgery he had in 2006, and then dealing with the effects of a leg whip by Dallas offensive lineman Marc Colombo.

Even short of 100 percent, Harris did not miss a game and recorded a career-high eight sacks to go with two forced fumbles. He is expected to be a full-go for the clubs offseason program.

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