Chris Harris is ready to join the team.
After spending training camp working out on the side to rehabilitate the ACL injury in his right knee, the Broncos’ starting right cornerback learned Monday during a visit with Dr. James Andrews, that his ACL is injured no more.
Dr. James Andrews--Master of the Tommy John--has informed Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris that his ACL is good to go. Though Harris has not been cleared by the team to practice, he hopes to be in pads later this week. Harris was injured in the Broncos' playoff victory over San Diego.
Analyst: Joshua Balay View Profile
Great news for Harris and even better for the Broncos as replacing him would have been tough. Last season, he registered 65 tackles and three interceptions with 13 passes defended while appearing in all 16 games. He tore his ACL in January and had surgery immediately so that he could be ready in time for camp. He'll take it easy to start by by the end he should be starting in the Denver secondary come Week 1.
Analyst: Howard Bender View Profile