The Broncos are going to have to fight if they want to keep cornerback Chris Harris Jr., as the veteran is going to test free agency when the league year opens on March 18th.
“I think everybody deserves to see what they’re worth, and I deserve it at this point,” Harris said via The Athletic.
“I think I worked my tail off for nine years, I gave the city every ounce of effort that I could give and, shoot, it’s time to see what everybody else thinks about me.”
Harris stated on the radio (104.3 The Fan) in Denver Monday that he feels should he hit free agency that he will be playing elsewhere in 2020.
The 30-year-old was also rumored to be on the trade market last season, but the team kept him and let him play out the final year of his deal.
He was given a raise last season instead of a long-term deal by Denver. Now the Broncos are going to have to fight to get him back if they want him.
The veteran corner did say that he’d like to stay with the Broncos, but that the ball is in Denver’s court.
“If they want me back, then I’ll be back,” Harris said.
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