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The deal won’t guarantee Chris Harris Jr. stays
10-28-2019, 09:30 AM,
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The deal won’t guarantee Chris Harris Jr. stays
in Denver beyond this season Demarcus Walker Jersey , but the contract adjustment he agreed to Tuesday will get the cornerback back to work.Harris received a pay raise, accepting a $12.05 million deal for his season, Mike Klis of Denver’s 9News reports. The deal includes a $650,000 reporting bonus for showing up to organized team activities Wednesday and another $600,000 reporting bonus for training camp, per Klis.“We have a lot of respect for Chris as a player and for everything he’s meant to our organization,” Broncos General Manager John Elway said in a release by the team announcing the deal. “This contract adjustment recognizes his value to our team and the high expectations we have for Chris as a Bronco this season and hopefully for years to come.”Harris will get a chance to obtain an annual salary in the neighborhood of $15 million per season in free agency next spring, barring a new deal with the Broncos before then. Until then, he’ll have to be content with a little more than $3 million in extra pay.He was scheduled to make $7.8 million in base salary in 2019 after already receiving a $1 million option bonus.Harris has played in Denver for eight seasons Garett Bolles Jersey , started most of the past seven seasons and made four Pro Bowls. Tony Romo sees a lot of potential for the Denver Broncos in 2019 and he thinks they are going to surprise a lot of people this season under new head coach Vic Fangion." Denver Broncos NewsTony Romo on the Broncos: “This is going to be a tough team” New,155commentsTony Romo sees a lot of potential for the Denver Broncos in 2019 and he thinks they are going to surprise a lot of people this season under new head coach Vic Fangion. MDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Tony Romo on the Broncos: “This is going to be a tough team” TwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailFormer Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was on the air with Adam Schein on Thursday and was asked which team he felt could shock a lot of people this season and make a run in the playoffs. Schein threw in a bunch of teams not named the Denver Broncos, but Romo made it quite clear who he felt was a good underdog pick in 2019. “I think that Vic Fangio is as good of a defensive coordinator and he’ll show how great of a head coach he is,” Romo said on Mad Dog Sports Radio on Thursday. “You give him Von Miller and now they went and got the one quarterback that I think a lot of teams should have gotten this offseason in Joe Flacco. That right there shows me that this team has leadership on offense, a great defensive coordinator and defensive players. This is going to be a tough team, especially if you have to go to Denver.” This team is kind of flying on the radar, which is to be expected considering how badly this franchise crashed and burned in the post-Peyton Manning era. However, this might be the best team they have fielded since they won Super Bowl 50 during the 2015 season and no one is paying attention. Hopefully they give people a reason to start here in about a month.Broncos NewsNFL News
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