Harris recorded two tackles, three passes defended and a pick in Thursday's win over Carolina.
If Graham Gano's kick was true, Harris would have been the goat of the game after picking up a penalty on fourth and forever earlier in the drive. Instead, Harris will be remembered as one of they key reasons Denver won the contest with his sticky coverage and bat-and-pick that set up the Broncos' go-ahead score. The diminutive corner batted a pass intended for 6-foot-5 receiver Kelvin Benjamin and laid out for the interception deep in Carolina territory.
Harris (hamstring) participated in walk throughs after being held out of padded practice, Troy Renck of 7News Denver reports.
It was originally reported that Harris was being held out of practice due to his hamstring injury but it appears the injury isn't too serious since the corner got on the field for walk throughs. It's unclear how long he'll remain out but he should be expected back in full any day.
Harris was held out of practice Thursday with a hamstring injury, Troy Renck of 7News Denver reports.
Hamstring injuries are commonplace in August, and the team expressed little to no concern over his long-term availability, allowing for the assumption that Harris will be able to return to practice in the coming days.
Chris Harris ' shoulder is back to full health, Cameron Wolfe of the Denver Post reports.
Harris played through a deep tissue bruise and was less than 100 percent in both the AFC championship game and the Super Bowl. He has since confirmed that he's completely recovered from the injury, and it will not limit him in offseason training or into training camp, where Harris is sure to start at corner, along with Aqib Talib.
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