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The Broncos tendered exclusive free agents Elijah
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, Joe Jones, Dymonte Thomas and Tim Patrick
(pictured) on Thursday, Mike Klis of Denver’s 9News reports. They did not tender
linebacker Jerrol Garcia-Williams, who missed all of last season after tearing
an anterior cruciate ligament in an August practice.Garcia-Williams, who went
undrafted out of Hawaii in 2017, spent part of his rookie season on Denver’s
practice squad. He played 11 regular-season games and made two
tackles.Wilkinson, 24, played 12 games with seven starts at right guard last
season. He played nine games in 2017.Jones, 25, appeared in all 16 games last
season after playing seven in 2017. The outside linebacker played only 25 snaps
on defense and 346 on special teams in 2018.Thomas, 25, played 12 games last
season and three in 2017. The safety made an interception, had a sack and
recovered a fumble in only 42 snaps on defense. He also played 214 snaps on
special teams.Patrick Courtland
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, 25, played 16 games with four starts last season,
the first regular-season action of his career. The receiver made 23 catches for
315 yards and a touchdown. The Denver Broncos and Chris Harris Jr. have reached
an agreement on a one-year deal to keep the star cornerback in Denver through
the 2019 season." Denver Broncos NewsBroncos and Chris Harris Jr. have reached
agreement on one-year dealNew,133commentsThe Denver Broncos and Chris Harris Jr.
have reached an agreement on a one-year deal to keep the star cornerback in
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dealTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailThe contract saga between the
Denver Broncos and Chris Harris Jr. has ended with a one-year deal to provide
the star cornerback with a raise. Harris will receive $12.05 million in 2019,
which was a nice bump from the $8.9 million he was originally scheduled to
receive. That is $50,000 more than the Broncos offer to Kareem Jackson in free
agency. “We have a lot of respect for Chris as a player and for everything he’s
meant to our organization,” Elway said.  to our team and the high expectations we have for Chris as a Bronco this
season and hopefully for years to come.”Harris, 29, had demanded a contract
extension initially, but after months of negotiation the two sides agreed on a
one-year raise and an apparent parting of ways in 2020. That will be a tough
pill to swallow for Broncos fans who view Harris as a lock for the Broncos Ring
of Fame one day, but it is the direction John Elway has decided to take.As one
of the highest graded cornerbacks in 2018, Harris deserved this raise. Now the
Broncos can make a push for the playoffs this year with an elite-looking
secondary with the additions of Bryce Callahan and Kareem Jackson.
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