Offseason priority for GM General manager George Paton considers Harris (knee) to be "a priority" for the Broncos to re-sign in free agency, Kyle Newman of the Denver Post reports.
Impact The defensive end's contract was set to expire last March as well, but Denver found a way to retain his services by offering a one-year, $3.3 million deal. Harris, who has compiled 8.5 sacks, 17 QB hits, 16 pass deflections and 12 tackles for loss the past two seasons, would unquestionably command attention on the free-agent market. His 2020 Pro Football Focus performance grade (88.3) could foreseeably convince NFL GMs into pitching him a sizeable multi-year deal. A late-season knee injury, as well as a total of five 2020 absences, may diminish contractual leverage, however.
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