Chris Harris Jr. undercuts Trubisky's throw for INT in Pro Bowl
Chris Harris Jr. intercepts a pass thrown by Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky in the 2019 Pro Bowl.
Wired at the Pro Bowl: Chris Harris Jr. takes the mic
As the AFC team practiced for the first time this week ahead of the 2019 Pro Bowl, he had cornerback Chris Harris Jr. wired for sound.
Chris Harris Jr.: 'We've got a lot of weapons' on defense for HC Vic Fangio to use
Cornerback Chris Harris Jr. called into the Broncos Media Center to share his thoughts how the Broncos' new head coach, Vic Fangio, could help shape the defense.
Orange and Blue 760 Daily: December 28
Chris Harris Jr. visits the studio to spin the "Wheel of Chaos" with Tyler Polumbus, Andy Lindahl and James Gomez ... Andrew Mason gives you the "Broncos Fan's Guide to Who to Root For" in other Week 17 games, with draft position on the line ... and Ian St. Clair of Mile High Report tells Mase, Ryan Edwards and Steve Atwater what he wants to see from the Broncos against the Chargers.
Orange and Blue 760 Daily: December 27
Chris Harris Jr. drops into the studio to talk with Andy Lindahl and Tyler Polumbus ... Brandon Krisztal and Justin Adams figure out what buttons Head Coach Vance Joseph will try to push with his players in the regular-season finale ... and then Broncos TV's Phil Milani joins Steve Atwater, Ryan Edwards and Andrew Mason.
Chris Harris Jr. receives 2018 Darrent Williams Good Guy Award
Chris Harris Jr. becomes the first player to win multiple Darrent Williams Good Guy Awards from the Denver Chapter of the Pro Football Writers Association, as he accepted the plaque from ESPN's Jeff Legwold on Friday.
Chris Harris Jr. hosts annual 'Shop with a Jock' event for local kids
Cornerback Chris Harris Jr. partnered with local children's organizations for his annual holiday "Shop with a Jock" event to make sure at-risk kids received a Christmas they'll never forget.
#DENvsCIN: CB Chris Harris Jr.
Cornerback Chris Harris Jr. says he's looking forward to the challenge of facing Bengals WR A.J. Green.
#PITvsDEN: Chris Harris Jr. picks off Roethlisberger
Cornerback Chris Harris Jr. picks off Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger to give the Broncos great field position.
#PITvsDEN: CB Chris Harris Jr.
Cornerback Chris Harris Jr. discusses the last time he faced Antonio Brown and explains why this year's battle should end better for Harris.
#DENvsLAC: Chris Harris Jr. picks off Philip Rivers
Cornerback Chris Harris Jr. intercepts Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers' pass in the second quarter of the Broncos' Week 11 matchup with Los Angeles.
#LACvsDEN: CB Chris Harris Jr.
Chris Harris Jr. says he's seen the Chargers adopt some college principles to their offense this season, which has helped them earn a 7-2 record.
#HOUvsDEN: CB Chris Harris Jr.
Chris Harris Jr. talks about his confidence level facing the Texans' wide receivers and how his body is feeling halfway through the season.
Chris Harris Jr. reacts to D.T. trade
While at Drive for Life 21 on Tuesday, Chris Harris Jr. talks about what the Demaryius Thomas trade means for the Broncos as they get set to face the Texans.
#DENvsKC: CB Chris Harris Jr.
Chris Harris Jr. talks about why he's approaching this Chiefs contest like a championship game.
Chris Harris Jr. chases away road-game 'ghosts' with pick-six vs. Arizona
Cornerback Chris Harris Jr. talks with Broncos TV about his pick-six against Arizona and why he believes the Broncos took a page from the 'Space Jam' script to beat the Cardinals.
#DENvsAZ: Chris Harris Jr. gets Broncos' second pick-six of the first quarter
Cornerback Chris Harris Jr. intercepts Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen and brings it back 53 yards for a touchdown.
#DENvsAZ: CB Chris Harris Jr.
Cornerback Chris Harris Jr. talks about the mindset the Broncos' defense needs to have to improve tackling.
#LARvsDEN: CB Chris Harris Jr.
Cornerback Chris Harris Jr. shares what he'll say to former Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib if Denver wins Sunday against the Rams and explains how Bradley Roby can bounce back from a subpar performance against the Jets.
#DENvsNYJ: CB Chris Harris Jr.
Cornerback Chris Harris Jr. talks about his conditioning level after facing the Chiefs' offense and what things he sees on tape from Jets QB Sam Darnold.
#KCvsDEN: CB Chris Harris Jr.
Chris Harris Jr. talks about facing an Andy Reid-coached team and how the Chiefs' attack incorporates elements pioneered by college offenses.
Mic'd Up: Chris Harris Jr. vs. the Ravens
Cornerback Chris Harris Jr. was wired for sound during the Broncos' first road trip against the Ravens.
Chris Harris Jr. trips up Russell Wilson for key third-down sack
Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris sacks Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson for a loss of 9 yards.
The Out Route presented by Ford: Chris Harris Jr.
On his way out of the office, Chris Harris Jr. talks about being a father to three girls and having his number retired last weekend at the University of Kansas.
Chris Harris Jr.: 'I wouldn't sleep on us too much'
Cornerback Chris Harris Jr. explains how Case Keenum changes the Broncos' offense, evaluates younger cornerbacks and tells the media why he's encouraged about 2018.
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HARRIS JR. AT A GLANCE:
- An eighth-year cornerback who played 111 regular-season games (93 starts) during his first seven NFL seasons with Denver, totaling 16 interceptions (378 yds.) and 70 passes defensed during that span.
- Chosen as the Broncos’ 2017 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year nominee for his outstanding leadership both on the field and in the community.
- Helped Denver rank in the Top 5 in pass defense for the third consecutive season in 2017, finishing his seventh campaign with 40 tackles (32 solo), two interceptions (36 yds.) and seven passes defensed.
- Voted to his third consecutive Pro Bowl in 2016—one of just five undrafted cornerbacks in pro football history to make three or more Pro Bowls with his original team.
- Selected as an Associated Press First-Team All-Pro in the newly-created defensive back position in 2016 after being named a second-team All-Pro choice as a cornerback in 2015.
- Named a 2015 Broncos Community Ambassador award winner.
- Earned his first Pro Bowl selection in 2014 to become just the sixth undrafted cornerback in NFL history to accomplish that feat with his original team.
- Voted by his teammates as the recipient of the 2014 Ed Block Courage Award after coming back from a torn ACL in 2013 to start every game and ranking first in opponent quarterback rating (47.8) when targeted, according to Pro Football Focus.
- Recognized as the recipient of the Darrent Williams Good Guy Award in 2013 given annually to the Bronco who best exemplifies Williams’ enthusiasm, cooperation and honesty while dealing with members of the press.
- Emerged as a regular starter for the Broncos in 2012, opening the final 12 games of the regular season and allowing the fifth-fewest receiving yards (400) and tying for the eighth-fewest completions allowed (35) in the NFL among players targeted at least 60 times.
- Recorded the longest interception return for a touchdown in Broncos history with his 98-yard pick-six at Baltimore (12/16/12).
- Played all 16 regular-season games (4 starts) and two playoff contests (1 start) as a rookie in 2011 after making Denver’s active roster out of training camp.
- Named to the 2011 NFL All-Rookie Team by the PFW/PFWA and Football Outsiders after ranking first among NFL rookie defensive backs (fourth on the Broncos) with 65 tackles (56 solo) to go along with one interception (15 yds.), six passes defensed and six special-teams stops.
- Played 50 games (41 starts) for the University of Kansas and finished his career ranked third among defensive backs with 290 tackles (197 solo) in addition to four sacks (21 yds.) and three interceptions (11 yds.).
- Entered the NFL with Denver as a college free agent on July 27, 2011.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Denver as a college free agent 7/27/11.
Broncos will pick up contract options for Emmanuel Sanders and Derek Wolfe; Elway updates other player statuses
HC Vic Fangio counting on veterans Emmanuel Sanders, Chris Harris Jr. and Derek Wolfe to excel in 2019
The Squeeze: Recapping the 2019 Pro Bowl festivities
As Chris Harris Jr. competes at the 2019 Pro Bowl, he's looking for an edge for next season
Chris Harris Jr. named to 2019 Pro Bowl
Chris Harris Jr. expects former teammate Champ Bailey to be a first-ballot Hall of Famer
Elway, Broncos veterans eye offensive changes in 2019
After one of his 'best seasons,' Chris Harris Jr. expects to be ready for 2019 Pro Bowl
Chris Harris Jr. named 2018 recipient of Darrent Williams Good Guy Award
Broncos place CB Chris Harris Jr. on injured reserve, sign CB Craig Mager
Von Miller, Phillip Lindsay selected to 2019 Pro Bowl; Three Broncos tabbed as alternates
Secondary battles health concerns as Broncos turn to Week 16
Inactives announced for Broncos vs. Browns
Broncos Injury Report: DE Derek Wolfe clears concussion protocol
Broncos Injury Report: WR Courtland Sutton returns to practice
Broncos Injury Report: Courtland Sutton, Derek Wolfe, Isaac Yiadom miss Tuesday's practice
Next-Day Notebook: Time to take chances
Broncos Injury Report: Tramaine Brock, Chris Harris Jr. and Shaquil Barrett ruled out for #DENvsSF
Broncos Injury Report: Derek Wolfe returns to practice
Broncos Injury Report: Wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders being evaluated for Achilles injury
Broncos sign veteran cornerback Jamar Taylor, waive T Cyrus Kouandjio
Next-Day Notebook: Chris Harris won't go on IR, eyes Week 17 return
Injury Updates: Joseph updates status of Chris Harris Jr., Derek Wolfe and Josey Jewell
As Chris Harris Jr. recovers, Broncos 'won't flinch' during time without their All-Pro cornerback
The Pro Bowl Push: Chris Harris Jr.'s teammates reveal what makes him such a special player
Broncos help lead AFC to victory in 2019 Pro Bowl
Photos of Chris Harris Jr., Von Miller and Phillip Lindsay at the 2019 Pro Bowl.
Miller, Harris and Kreiter help make a memorable Pro Bowl Community Day
Pro Bowlers Von Miller, Chris Harris Jr. and Casey Kreiter brought smiles to children's faces on Saturday, taking part in events with kids from Special Olympics Florida, Fuel Up to PLAY 60 and the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) as part of Pro Bowl Community Day.
Broncos' Pro Bowl representatives come together for Photo Day and final practice
On the final day of Pro Bowl practices on Friday, the Broncos joined the rest of their all-star representatives for a final walkthrough and then got dressed in their game uniforms for Photo Day.
Pro Bowl Snapshots: Inside a week of practice with the Broncos' Pro Bowlers
Take a look at some of the best moments from the week of practice at the 2019 Pro Bowl!
Chris Harris Jr. hosts 2018 'Shop with a Jock' shopping spree
At his 2018 “Shop with a Jock” event, Chris Harris Jr. hosted 50 underprivileged and at-risk youth from the Denver Salvation Army and Denver Children’s Home for dinner and a shopping spree.
Broncos, families have bear-y good time at Build-A-Bear party
Several Broncos players and their families spent Tuesday afternoon at Build-A-Bear, where they made some fluffy, Broncos-themed friends that will soon be distributed to patients at Children's Hospital Colorado and at other community events. Build-A-Bear donated 500 bears to the Broncos to help support the cause.
Five Key Matchups: Broncos at Chargers
Can Von Miller get to Philip Rivers on Sunday and make a game-changing play to give the Broncos a road win? That's just one matchup to watch when Denver heads to Los Angeles this weekend.
Chris Harris Jr. distributes coats at Denver Children's Home
For the second straight year, cornerback Chris Harris Jr. stopped by Denver Children's Home to help local children pick out a coat ahead of winter. Harris donated hundreds of coats and nearly $10,000 as he put smiles on the faces of children of all ages.
(Photos by Zach Pereles)
Art of the game: Looking back at big moments from the Broncos' win over Arizona
With source images from photographers Gabriel Christus and Ric Tapia, we looked at some of the biggest moments from the Broncos' win over the Cardinals put them in a different light.
Five Key Matchups: Broncos at Ravens
Can Von Miller get to Joe Flacco and make a game-changing play? That's just one matchup to watch when the Broncos take on the Ravens on Sunday afternoon.
Chris Harris Jr. hosts collection drive for Coats for a Cause
Chris Harris Jr. hosted a coat collection drive on Monday night to gather coats for his annual Coats for a Cause fundraiser that benefits the Denver Children's Home. Several of Harris' teammates stopped by to support Harris and the cause.
Chris Harris Jr. hosts free 'Underdog Academy' youth camp
Star cornerback Chris Harris Jr. hosted a free youth football camp called the "Underdog Academy" on Saturday with the help of numerous teammates.
#NFLTop100: Chris Harris Jr.'s 2017 season
Cornerback Chris Harris Jr. has once again been ranked among the top 100 players in the NFL by his peers. Take a look at some of the best moments from his 2017 season. (Photos: Denver Broncos photo archive)
Five Key Matchups: vs. Redskins
These five individual matchups between the Broncos and Redskins could decide Sunday's game.
Chris Harris Jr. hosts 2017 'Shop with a Jock' shopping spree
On Tuesday, Chris Harris Jr. hosted 'Shop with a Jock,' a shopping spree for children in need from the Denver Children's Home and Salvation Army. (Photos by Ben Swanson)
Five Key Matchups: Broncos vs. Colts
There are few matchups as entertaining as the one between Chris Harris Jr. and T.Y. Hilton. That battle, plus these other matchups, could decide Thursday night's game against Indianapolis.
Broncos announce community awards at team meeting
The Broncos gave out community awards to Chris Harris Jr., Von Miller, Emmanuel Sanders, Casey Kreiter, Justin Simmons and Will Parks. (Photos by Ben Swanson)
An impact off the field: Chris Harris Jr. in the community
Take a look at some of Walter Payton Man of the Year Award nominee Chris Harris Jr.'s most successful events in the community. (Photos: DBFC)
Flipbook: Chris Harris Jr.'s diving interception
Take a frame-by-frame look at Chris Harris Jr.'s amazing diving interception on Miami's Jay Cutler. (Photos by Gabriel Christus)
Chris Harris Jr., Broncos spread holiday cheer at Denver Rescue Mission
Chris Harris Jr. and the Broncos helped keep the holiday season going strong Monday at the Denver Rescue Mission's 18th Annual Holiday Party. (Photos: Aric DiLalla)
Five Key Matchups: Denver Broncos vs. Kansas City Chiefs
Can Chris Harris Jr. and the Broncos' defense slow down Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill? That will be just one battle to watch Monday night. (Photos: AP)
Chris Harris Jr. hosts first 'Coats for a Cause' at Denver Children's Home
Chris Harris Jr. handed out clothing bundles to kids and families in need at the Denver Children's Home during his first annual "Coats for a Cause" with Fleming's Restaurant. (Photos: Aric DiLalla)
Ready for prime time: Faces of the Broncos
At the Broncos' network day, several of your favorite players took the chance to step in front of our cameras as they got ready for the 2017 season.(Photos: Gabriel Christus)
Chris Harris Jr. voted No. 63 on NFL's Top 100
For the second consecutive year, Chris Harris Jr. was named to the NFL's Top 100. The Broncos cornerback came in at No. 63 on the list. Now, revisit some of Harris' best moments of the 2016 season. (Photos by AP)
Different jersey, same players: Broncos players pose for AFC photo day
The AFC team got all dressed up ahead of Sunday's game, and the Broncos were looking good, even if they weren't in their traditional orange.