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Draft Scout Ryan Harris News
09/11/14 - T Ryan Harris is the Chiefs projected starter at right tackle in Denver on Sunday. Harris will step in for Jeff Allen who is very unlikely to play because of a right biceps injury. Harris stepped in for 18 plays last Sunday against Tennessee after Allen suffered the injury. He's a former member of the Broncos, selected by Denver in the third round of the 2007 NFL Draft and spending five years with the club.
07/24/14 - T Ryan Harris was on the field for Thursday's practice after he was signed Wednesday evening. Harris spent the last two years playing for the Houston Texans, after a stint with the Denver Broncos.
12/09/12 - OT Ryan Harris was drafted by Denver in 2007. In 2008, he began a string of three consecutive seasons as a starter when he was healthy. In 2011, he signed with Philadelphia and was waived a month later. He sat out the 2011 regular season but re-signed with the Broncos for the playoffs. Denver waived him in September, and the Texans signed him to become the swing tackle after Rashad Butler went down with a season-ending triceps injury. Harris was reunited with his former Broncos offensive line coach, Rick Dennison, the Texans' offensive coordinator. Harris played well enough early in the season to rotate with right tackle Derek Newton, a two-year veteran starting for the first time. When Newton suffered a knee injury, Harris started the last two games. Based on his performance, the Texans would like to bring back Harris next season for the same role.
11/15/12 - OT Ryan Harris, the swing tackle, backs up Duane Brown and Derek Newton. Against the Bears, Harris was the short-yardage and goal-line tight end. Tight end Owen Daniels missed the game because of a back injury. Harris, who played his first four seasons with the Broncos under current Texans offensive coordinator Rick Dennison, was signed when Denver cut him before the season. He played well enough to get into a rotation system with Newton.
09/07/12 - OT Ryan Harris, signed after Denver cut him last week, has been reunited with offensive coordinator Rick Dennison. Dennison was Harris' line coach for three years at Denver, where they used the same zone blocking scheme the Texans use. Harris says he's much more comfortable in this scheme.