Broncos, Briefly: Thursday, May 30, 2019

Harris says he has 16 games to show Broncos he should retire a Bronco (Mike Klis, KUSA)
I don’t know. Like I said, I’m taking it day by day,” Harris said. “I’ve always said I wanted to retire here, and that’s always been my mentality here. So, if I have to go show them 16 games that I have to retire here, I’m going to do it.”

There’s only one way 2019 isn’t final season with Broncos for cornerback Chris Harris Jr. (Mark Kiszla, Denver Post)
Add Harris to the list of key Broncos, including quarterback Joe Flacco and defensive lineman Derek Wolfe, whose futures in Denver seem tied to nothing worse than 10 victories and a postseason berth.

New Broncos tackle Ja’Wuan James limited due to hip injury (Ryan O’Halloran, Denver Post)
“Everything’s fine,” Fangio said. “I think he tweaked his hip working out over the weekend. (The rest was) precautionary.”

NFL GM Rankings: Bill Belichick dethroned as the league’s best decision maker (Steven Ruiz, USA Today)
The Hall of Fame QB has done a fantastic job building up the rest of the roster during his time in charge of the front office.

Report: NFL could push for 18-game schedule in labor talks (Charean Williams, Pro Football Talk)
Maske quoted a high-ranking official with one NFL team saying “some owners . . . would like to expand the season” to 18 games but added it’s not clear “if there is much support from the players on that.”

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