Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. in action during a game against the Baltimore Ravens on September 23, 2018. (Photo: Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
Things have turned south in the relationship between the Denver Broncos and cornerback Chris Harris Jr.
Tuesday night, Adam Schefter of ESPN reported that Harris Jr. has given the Broncos an ultimatum of giving him a new contract or trading him.
KOA NewsRadio Broncos Insider Mike Klis of 9News reported Harris is seeking an average of $15 million per season on a new deal.
Earlier in the day, at his pre-draft press conference, Broncos President of Football Operations/GM John Elway acknowledged Harris Jr.'s desire to get a new deal but seemed less than willing to entertain that possibility, at least right now.
Harris Jr. has not participated in the voluntary portion of the Broncos offseason activites to this point.
Tuesday, Elway was asked if he is upset that Harris Jr. has not participated in offseason activites.
Elway was asked why the Broncos have not given Harris Jr a new contract to this point.
Elway was asked if they would consider trading Harris Jr.
Klis joined KOA NewsRadio's Colorado's Morning News on Wednesday to talk about the situation.