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Broncos are talking contract with CB Chris Harris

The Broncos have opened contract extension negotiations with cornerback Chris Harris, according to The Denver Post.

One of the team’s most pleasant surprises since the Broncos signed him to a mere $2,000 bonus as an undrafted rookie out of Kansas in 2011, Harris is eligible for unrestricted free agency after this season.

Expect Harris to land a 4 year deal worth around 28-40 million, if you base his contract on the past guys given a deal.

Green Bay gave Sam Shields a four-year, $39 million contract extension ($9.75 million per season) and the Colts re-signed Davis to a four-year, $36 million deal ($9 million average). Free agents Brent Grimes signed with Miami for four years and $32 million ($8 million) and Rodgers-Cromartie left the Broncos for the New York Giants and a five-year, $35 million deal ($7 million average).

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