ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos added more veteran experience to their secondary Wednesday when they signed cornerback Chris Lewis-Harris.
Lewis-Harris, a six-year veteran, spent four full seasons with the Bengals to begin his career before he split the 2016 season between Cincinnati and Baltimore. As a Bengal, Lewis-Harris' defensive backs coach was current Broncos Head Coach Vance Joseph.
Through five seasons, Lewis-Harris appeared in 33 games and racked up 14 total tackles, one interception and two passes defensed.
In a corresponding roster move, the Broncos waived cornerback Taurean Nixon.