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Dwayne Harper

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Source: Charger-stats.com

Career Highlights
Pro Career
Heading into his eleventh NFL season, Harper has started 126 of 144 regular-season games and all 50 contests he has played in since joining Chargers as unrestricted free agent from Seattle prior to 1994 season...career totals include 559 tackles, 23 interceptions and six recovered fumbles...also has recorded 63 passes defensed since 1992...named Chargers' co-Most Valuable Player by his teammates in 1995 after collecting career-high 76 tackles and tying career mark with four interceptions...re-signed to four-year contract on February 16, 1997.

Started 12 of 12 games played at left cornerback...finished season with 43 tackles, two interceptions, one fumble recovery and 12 passes defensed...Harper had one interception in each of two games, including Game 5 against Baltimore Sept. 28 and Game 8 versus Indianapolis Oct. 26...had season-high six tackles twice, including Game 3 versus Carolina Sept. 14 and Game 9 at Cincinnati Nov. 2.

Started all six games he played at left cornerback. Spent 10 games on the team's inactive list due to a nagging hamstring injury. Finished the season with 19 tackles, one interception and two passes defensed.

Recorded a career-high 76 tackles and tied a career-high with four interceptions while starting all 16 regular season games in 1995..Named to Dr. Z's Sports Illustrated All-Pro team.Had one of San Diego's most memorable defensive performances when he intercepted three passes and recorded a career-high 12 tackles vs. Oakland on Monday Night Football.

Started all 16 games and finished 66 tackles, three interceptions and a team-high 14 passes defensed.

Started 14 games for the Seattle Seahawks and finished with 67 tackles, one interception, 11 passes defensed, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.

Started all 16 games at left cornerback...Intercepted three passes, returning one 44 yards against Miami...He returned a fumble 52 yards for his first career touchdown against the Eagles...Finished the season with 65 total tackles.

Started 16 games at left cornerback and earned first-team All-NFL honors from Sports Illustrated...Finished the year as the Seahawks' second-leading interceptor with four, including two against the Jets...Posted 69 tackles.

Started all 16 games and tied for the lead in interceptions with three...Also had a career-best 71 tackles.

Played in 16 games, starting 13...Totaled 45 defensive tackles and four on special teams...Had the first two interceptions of his career.

Played in all 16 games and was credited with 34 tackles and one sack.

College Highlights
First-team All-Mid Eastern Conference selection for four consecutive seasons at South Carolina State...Finished his career with 11 interceptions, including eight as a senior which equalled a single-season conference record...Had 216 tackles and graduated with a degree in marketing. Born Dwayne Anthony Harper March 29, 1966, in Orangeburg, South Carolina...graduated with degree in marketing...attended Orangeburg-Wilkinson High in Orangeburg, South Carolina, lettering in football, basketball and track for Bruins...single and resides in Columbia, South Carolina.

Source: Profootballweekly.com
The most familiar name on Skipper’s defense is CB Dwayne Harper, who played for the Seahawks, Lions and Chargers and had 24 interceptions in 12 years in the NFL.

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