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Former Alabama star, Ronnie Harrison performs good samaritan act for local citizen

Ronnie Harrison playing with Alabama football
Sep 9, 2017; Tuscaloosa, AL, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide defensive back Ronnie Harrison (15) celebrates after a tackle against Fresno State Bulldogs at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports

Former Alabama defensive back, Ronnie Harrison, took some time out of his busy Thursday to help a stranded Ohio citizen.

Michael Cutlip was traveling ahead of Harrison when the Cleveland Brown safety saw smoke coming from Cutlip’s car. The smoke was caused by Culpit’s tire, which had a blowout. Instead of continuing to drive, Harrison stop and helped Cutlip change his tire, using his own jack.

“Could’ve been anyone, God had me close for a reason,” Harrison said via Twitter. “Just glad I could help out.”

Harrison played for Alabama from 2015-2017. The Jacksonville Jaguars traded Harrison to Cleveland Browns Sept. 3. Harrison has played in two games for the Browns.

 

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