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Consecutive start streak for David Harris ends at 121

Jets linebacker David Harris is inactive for Monday night’s game at Arizona due to a hamstring injury, ending his streak of his consecutive starts at 121. Harris’s streak was the longest active consecutive starts streak for an NFL linebacker and the second-longest for any defensive player, behind only Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr’s 134 straight starts.…
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