Denver Broncos: Possible replacements for Chris Harris Jr
Denver Broncos Chris Harris Jr. could become a free agent in 2020. Who are some guys the team could get to replace one of their best defensive players?
When the Denver Broncos last talked to Chris Harris Jr about his contract, they only agreed on a raise, not an extension. That meant that the cornerback would become a free agent in 2020.
There is still a possibility that he will be a member of the Denver Broncos for the 2020 season but the team will have to prepare as if he will no longer be on the roster when free agency begins.
So who could the team choose to replace their top cornerback?
There are technically four different ways but tons of players. They could choose to stay in-house with the guys they already have. That would mean Bryce Callahan becoming the No. 1 guy. That doesn’t seem like enough.
Another possibility is moving Kareem Jackson from his safety position to cornerback, as the former Houston Texan has plenty of experience there.
The team is young at the cornerback position aside from Harris Jr. They could replace him with a guy who may be a little younger but still has plenty of experience.
Replacing him with an older player is also not out of the question.
Let’s take a look at some options the Denver Broncos have in regards to replacing their top cornerback.