Denver Broncos: Chris Harris Jr. hints at changes to team
With the 2018 season over, it is time for the Denver Broncos to look ahead. Chris Harris Jr. believes some big changes will happen with the team in 2019.
Well, the 2018 season has come to an end and the Denver Broncos have decided to part ways with Vance Joseph after two subpar seasons. Do not count that as the only change that will happen with the Denver Broncos organization.
Chris Harris Jr. made his thoughts known during the player media availability. He updated on his health, saying that the bone in his leg has completely healed. Had the Denver Broncos made the playoffs, he would have been good to go. Perhaps, if all goes well, he could play in the Pro Bowl if selected to replace a cornerback in the AFC.
His most telling part of his availability are the changes that he sees with the Denver Broncos going forward.
From his words, I would have to agree that there will be some changes coming soon for the Denver Broncos. I made note on some Broncos players who might not be wearing the orange and blue in 2019. Most of the players I mentioned are veterans. So, it would make sense as to why Chris Harris Jr. believes that.
I also noted Monday morning that perhaps the 2019 season might not be the strongest year. There is not exactly a lot going on as far as coaching candidates, free agency, or the draft. 2019 could just be the year that Denver could slightly improve, but they need a lot of work to be considered a wild card team at least.
It will be interesting to see what kind of moves the Denver Broncos make going forward. But with Chris Harris Jr. believing that some veterans could be on the move is not exactly difficult to believe. I also have that feeling it will happen.
It might be a while Broncos Country. Stay strong and just know that the good times are just up ahead. We just might have to wait a bit.