The Broncos are not looking to sign veteran cornerback Chris Harris to a longterm extension according to Ncki Jhabvala of The Athletic.
The Broncos exchanged offers with Harris, but it sounds like talks are moving toward a pay raise over an extension. Harris wants an increase on the $8.8M he is due this year.
The Broncos have been unwilling to match the $15M he’s seeking to this point. Under the parameters of a short-term pay raise, the 29-year-old Harris would still hit free agency next spring.
Harris was a no-show at offseason workouts and could carry his holdout into mandatory minicamp. The former free agent out of the University of Kansas has been a fixture in the Broncos secondary for the past eight seasons.
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