|Born:||June 4, 1970|
Granada Hills, California
|College||University of Oregon|
|1993–1994||New England Patriots|
Ronnie Harris (born June 4, 1970) is a former professional American football player who played wide receiver for seven seasons for the New England Patriots, Seattle Seahawks, and Atlanta Falcons. Although he was best known for his play on special teams, Harris made a key 29 yard catch in the Falcons upset victory in the 1999 NFC Championship over the Minnesota Vikings. Since retiring from football, Ronnie has worked for Pfizer pharmaceuticals in primary care, Cardiovascular Specialty and Pain Management. Additionally Ronnie has earned a Masters of Arts in Ministry and Leadership from Western Seminary in Portland Oregon and worked in various churches as a youth pastor, associate pastor and campus pastor.
Harris ran track while at the University of Oregon and holds the second fastest indoor 50 meter time ever recorded at 5.7 seconds. 
- Harris' Pro Football Reference profile. Pro Football Reference. Retrieved on 3 May 2015
- Ronnie Harris. Sea Hawks. Retrieved on 3 May 2015.
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