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..on the last year of his contract and he wants top pay.

$12 to $14 mil

 

He probably wont get that from the Broncos

..which means hes available for a No.1 pick.

 

A certain Midwest team?

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He has bounced back from injury before and he is a leader. I don't know how these deals/trades work but it would seem that he would feasibly take a pay cut for a longer-term deal? Even at 80% of his best, he could be a difference maker.  

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6 hours ago, 18to87 said:

He has bounced back from injury before and he is a leader. I don't know how these deals/trades work but it would seem that he would feasibly take a pay cut for a longer-term deal? Even at 80% of his best, he could be a difference maker.  

His agent says he wants $15 mil a year.

He wont get that.

The problem is he's 30 years only playing the corner.....Denver doesn't want to lay down 8 figure deals for guys into their mid-30s.

But the Colts could and Harris, playing indoors and in a warm weather division, might last 4 more years..

 

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if we trade a 1st round pick for a 30 year old slot corner in the last year of his deal than I could never watch football again luckily Chris Ballard isnt that stupid 

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Teams are going to start laying the law and just say NO. Brown got his wish by acting the fool, the Steelers would have been better off telling him no and just suspending him if he go out of line. No we're going to have that over and over again..

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Eagles should get him.

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On 4/25/2019 at 3:55 AM, Colts_Fan12 said:

if we trade a 1st round pick for a 30 year old slot corner in the last year of his deal than I could never watch football again luckily Chris Ballard isnt that stupid 

I was gonna say Ryan Grigson doesn't work here anymore so you don't need to worry about that happening. Lol.

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On ‎4‎/‎25‎/‎2019 at 2:55 AM, Colts_Fan12 said:

if we trade a 1st round pick for a 30 year old slot corner in the last year of his deal than I could never watch football again luckily Chris Ballard isnt that stupid 

Obviously, no deal would be made without signing Harris to a new contract.

In the real world, a low first round draft choice isn't anywhere near as valuable as a Pro Bowl cornerback.

 

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If he was a FA then maybe you consider signing him, but we're never going to offer what he wants, let alone offer what he wants AND giving up a #1.  That #1 is likely 2 #2's at worst.  Would you give up 2 #2's for him?  Nope.  Neither would Ballard. 

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