Shelby Harris hits the free agency market, and there is a chance he does not return to Denver. Here are three potential destinations for Harris.
With the news that Shelby Harris took on Drew Rosenhaus as his new agent, it is clear that he is looking to get paid in the offseason. By who he will get paid, is still undecided.
However, it really feels as Shelby Harris’s clutch batted down pass in Week 17 against the Oakland Raiders may be the last play he has made in orange and blue, especially considering how many in-house players that the Denver Broncos will need to make a decision on this offseason, including guys like Justin Simmons, Chris Harris Jr, Will Parks, and Derek Wolfe.
Shelby Harris sat down with KOA Radio on Wednesday and when pressed about his future in Denver, this is a bit of what he had to say:
"“I want nothing more than to be back. But at the end of the day, I realize it’s a business– I’m 28. At the end of the day, I hate to say it, it is about the money. I hope the Broncos can come with it.” “I would love to come back to Denver. But at the end of the day, I gotta take care of my family, I gotta take care of my kids” (per Anthony Rodriguez)."
It isn’t a certainty that Denver will allow Harris to walk away. However, it is a strong possibility that Shelby Harris will be elsewhere in 2020. Where, though?
Let’s discuss three potential landing spots for Shelby Harris.