In celebration of Chris Harris Jr.’s Birthday, I take a look at some of his best moments of his career in a Denver Broncos uniform.
Chris Harris Jr. is one of the members of the No Fly Zone. His style of play has helped the Denver Broncos in the pass defense. Whether it is breaking up passes, interceptions, or tackling the opponent, Chris Harris Jr. has done it.
In celebration of his Birthday today, I want to talk a little bit about Chris Harris Jr. Denver signed him as an UDFA back in 2011. Right away, he made an impact for the Broncos. During his rookie year, he made the all-rookie team. It was not until 2012 that we got to see more of Chris Harris Jr.
One of my first memories of him were the two interceptions on Phillip Rivers on Monday Night Football on October 15th, 2012. The last one he recorded was a pick six that put a stamp on the comeback for the Broncos.
His 98 yard pick six against the Ravens later on that season was phenomenal as well. Somehow, he was able to stay in bounds and returned it all the way.
Chris Harris Jr. is well known for his off the field work. He started his own charity back in 2012 to help children in need. It is amazing what he has accomplished off the field.
He continued his dominating play on the field, especially when Aqib Talib and the rest of the No Fly Zone joined the Broncos. I wrote that Talib and Harris Jr. were the best cornerback tandem in the league. Some of the plays that they both made were excellent.
With the way Chris Harris Jr. has played, I have no doubt that he could be the next great Denver Broncos player. Perhaps one day we will see him in the Ring of Fame and maybe even the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Happy Birthday Chris Harris Jr.