According to Nicki Jhabvala, it sounds like negotiations between the Broncos and CB Chris Harris are moving toward a short-term deal that could include a potential pay raise in 2019 and the possibility of hitting the open market in 2020.
Jhabvala wonders if the Broncos would be willing to pay Harris $15 million this year.
As of now, no deal is close between the two parties and talks are ongoing, per Jhabvala.
Ravens’ recently signed DE Shane Ray said he is “super excited” to join Baltimore and points out their reputation for “amazing defenses.”
“I’m super excited to be a part of this organization,” Ray said, via Jamison Hensley of ESPN. “It’s a first-class organization known for having amazing defenses. Just to be out here and to be a part of this team, it means a lot to me. I’m excited to get to work and ready to try to bring a Super Bowl here.”
Ravens LB Pernell McPhee said he feels “rejuvenated” after re-signing with Baltimore this offseason.
“I feel rejuvenated and can’t wait to join the No. 1 defense from last season,” McPhee said. “I have so much respect for this franchise and city, and I look forward to being a Raven once again.”
- Jim Wyatt of the team’s official site writes that the Titans could add a “wildcard” at linebacker to compete with Cameron Wake, Harold Landry, Kamalei Correa, Sharif Finch, and D’Andre Walker.
- Wyatt is also keeping an eye on how Titans’ undrafted OLB Derick Roberson competes against the veterans in training camp.
- Regarding the possibility of signing free agents, Wyatt thinks Titans GM Jon Robinson is “exploring options” and keeping an eye on players who could become available.
- Wyatt’s top three projected starters at the receiver position are Corey Davis, A.J. Brown, and Adam Humphries.
- Wyatt could see undrafted TE Parker Hesse, who converted from defensive end in college, getting time at tight end and full back in the offseason program. However, Wyatt calls him a “longshot” to make the active roster.