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16.01.2020 02:35
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Oh boy. Denver Broncos star cornerback Chris Harris Jr. wants a new contract or he wants to be traded. Your move John Elway Jersey White , John Elway."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Broncos NewsBroncos Free AgencyBroncos DraftBroncos PodcastsBroncos 2019 ScheduleKey Offseason DatesCommunity RulesFull ArchiveBroncos StoriesScheduleRosterStatsOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub 鉁旴reaking NewsBroncos 2019 Draft Class Announced脳Denver Broncos NewsReport: Chris Harris Jr. has requested the Broncos to give him a new contract or trade himNew,127commentsOh boy. Denver Broncos star cornerback Chris Harris Jr. wants a new contract or he wants to be traded. Your move, John Elway. Report: Chris Harris Jr. has requested the Broncos to give him a new contract or trade himAccording to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Broncos All-Pro cornerback Chris Harris Jr. has requested to the Broncos that they sign him to a new contract or trade him.Here we go. As we know, cornerback Chris Harris Jr. has been sitting out the voluntary workouts so far in hopes of getting a contract extension from the Broncos. However, General Manager John Elway continues to insist that he is tabling this matter until after the draft. Well, it appears that Elway threw some gasoline on the fire with his comments about Harris’s situation during the Broncos pre-draft press conference earlier today. Elway told reporters that just because they are going to talk about a potential deal, doesn’t mean that a deal will happen.Elway was also asked if he has considered trading Harris because of these demands. He told reporters that “he hasn’t thought about that” and that he will talk to Harris after the draft.So will Elway start thinking about trading Harris now? I think he very well may.Elway is notorious for “his way or the highway” negotiating. He even asked GOAT Peyton Manning to take a pay cut, so I do not see him paying Harris who is entering his age 30 year. Also keep in mind that they signed slot corner Bryce Callahan who basically replaced what Harris already did well. I just don’t see Elway budging here and likely we see a trade by the end of the week. Ideally, the Broncos could get a premium pick in return, but it likely will be a 3rd or 4th round selection if a trade does go down.Could he still be re-signed and I am just being a negative nancy? It’s possible, but I don’t see this ending without him being traded. Update: Chris Harris is asking for $15 million per year from the Broncos.If these demands are true, Harris is gone. Update number two: 9NEWS Denver’s Mike Klis is saying that Harris is NOT getting $15 million per year from the Broncos and that a trade is likely best for both sides.Yeah, he’s not coming back. Patrick Mahomes has led the Kansas City Chiefs to another strong start, setting records along the way.The reigning NFL MVP is the first player in league history to have at least 350 yards passing and three touchdown passes without an interception in three straight games. In his first 20 starts, he has another league record with 13 300-yard passing games.And if the 24-year-old superstar quarterback throws at least two TD passes for a 15th straight game against Detroit, he will match one of Peyton Manning's league records set during the 2013 and 2014 seasons with the Denver Broncos."The way Pat's going, he's going to break every record in NFL history if he keeps this up," Lions safety Quandre Diggs said.Mahomes, though Womens Royce Freeman Jersey , is not coming to the Motor City cocky about his chances to match the mark after watching Detroit's defense force three fumbles, recovering two, and allowing Philadelphia's Carson Wentz to barely complete half his passes in a 27-24 win over the Eagles in Week 3."They played physical football," Mahomes said. "They played a lot of man coverage. They really get up in everyone's face and they stopped the run. I think with the Eagles, they really capitalized on turnovers. That's the big thing they focus on. We're going to try to protect the ball."Here are some other things to watch when Kansas City (3-0) plays the Lions (2-0-1) on Sunday:MAKING A MARK Detroit is the first NFL team with four players to have 100 yards receiving and a TD in a game through Week 3. Receiver Danny Amendola and rookie tight end T.J. Hockenson did it in the season-opening tie at Arizona. Receiver Kenny Golladay followed suit in the Week 2 win over the Chargers. In last week's victory at Philadelphia, Marvin Jones became the fourth player on the team with 100 yards receiving and a score."Anytime we can spread the ball around and give the defense a lot to think about, I think it's a positive for us," quarterback Matthew Stafford said. "It's a credit to those guys going out there and making plays. I'm happy for all of those guys that have done it and hopefully we'll get more of it."SPREADING THE LOVEMahomes has also found a different receiver to target each week.Sammy Watkins had 198 yards receiving and three TDs in the season-opening, 40-26 victory at Jacksonville. Demarcus Robinson had 174 and two scores in Week 2, a 28-10 win at Oakland. Mecole Hardman had the 83-yard TD reception in a 33-28 win against Baltimore last Sunday." of this stature and players on this team, it's about spreading the ball around," Watkins said. "Nobody has to go out there and struggle or try to do something don't have to do."MEASURING UPDetroit is unbeaten through Week 3 for the first time since 2011. Of course, few outside of the Lions' locker room expect them to upset the Kansas City to extend the solid start."It'll be a good test for us," Stafford acknowledged.GROWING PAINSThe Chiefs' new defense under coordinator Steve Spagnuolo has gone through some growing pains, getting beaten through the air by Jacksonville in Week 1 and dominated on the ground by everyone else. Kansas City is giving up a league-high 6.2 yards per carry and allowing nearly 140 yards rushing per game."We play well in stretches," safety Tyrann Mathieu said. "The first drive of every game hasn't been a great drive for us defensively. I think we've given up a touchdown every time. Then, in the fourth quarter we get lax as well. End of the day that falls on me."STAFFORD'S SACKSThe previous five seasons, Detroit allowed Stafford to get sacked nearly three times a game on average. After seeing Stafford to get sacked three times in Week 1, the Lions have not surrendered a sack.AP Sports Writer Dave Skretta contributed to this report.

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