EUGENE, Ore. (AP) -- All-American cornerback Cliff Harris has been dismissed from the Oregon Ducks for violating team rules.

Harris was already suspended from the team and wasn't allowed to participate in team activities. He missed the last five games of the regular season and last weekend's Pac-12 championship game.

Harris was suspended by coach Chip Kelly following a traffic stop in Eugene, during which Harris was cited for driving on a suspended license, without proper insurance and without a seatbelt.

Harris was also suspended to start the season after a he was cited for driving 118 mph on Interstate 5 in June.

Harris returned 38 punts for a 16.2-yard average and four touchdowns in his career.

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