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The Cowboys were surprised when Harris announced his retirement in March 1980 at the age of 31 to concentrate on his oil business ventures.

Sports Illustrated writers named him their Football Dream Team free safety.

The Cowboys' defense ranked in the top 10 every year with him in the lineup.

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He eventually teamed up with Waters to form the top safety duo in the NFL in the 1970s.

Harris made it a point to wear the pads of placekickers in order to keep his speed and quickness up.

Clifford Allen Harris (born November 12, 1948) is a former professional American football safety who played for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League (NFL) for ten seasons.

He appeared in five Super Bowls and was selected to six consecutive Pro Bowls.

Harris was nicknamed "Captain Crash" by his teammates for his punishing hits and reckless pursuit of ball carriers and was also described as a "rolling ball of butcher knives" by hall of fame head coach George Allen.

Pro Football Hall of Fame safety Larry Wilson said of Harris, "I feel Harris is the finest free safety in the business today. You see other teams modeling their free safeties around the way Harris plays the pass, and striking fear in everyone on the field because he hits so hard.".

Harris has been inducted into numerous athletic halls of fame, including the Texas Sports Hall of Fame (2015), the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame (1985), the NAIA Hall of Fame (1978) and the Ouachita Athletics Hall of Fame (2003).

Harris was not chosen in the 1970 NFL draft, but the Cowboys invited him to training camp and he signed as a free agent.

In 2011, the Professional Football Researchers Association named Harris to the PRFA Hall of Very Good Class of 2011 Harris finished his ten NFL seasons with 29 interceptions, which he returned for 281 yards and one touchdown, and 16 fumble recoveries, which he returned for 91 yards.

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