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Chris Harris wants to stay in Denver, be a Bronco for life

7/10/2019 1:39:29 PM
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Chris Harris got a one-year salary bump in May, ending an offseason of questions for the Denver Broncos' top cornerback.

The best part of the deal for Harris is that not only did he get a pay raise for 2019, but he retained the ability to hit the free-agent market next offseason. If the 30-year-old stays healthy and continues to play up to his normal caliber, he's in for a sizable deal in 2020, Kevin Patra of reports.

"It's a big relief just to go out there and focus on doing my thing this year, knowing that next year I got an opportunity to cash in and be able to dictate the rest of my life and career and I'm excited about that," Harris told NFL Network's Good Morning Football Wednesday.

Despite enjoying the ability to be a free agent next year, Harris hopes his next contract keeps him in Denver, where he's played his entire career since going undrafted in 2011.

"I've always wanted to retire a Bronco and finish my career there," he said. "Going on Year 9, so this is a huge year for me so hopefully after this year they'll want to lock me up and keep me here for life." 

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