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Draft Scout Ryan Harris News
10/08/16 - OT Ryan Harris was placed on injured reserve Saturday. Harris was hurt in last week's win over the Kansas City Chiefs. He was starting in place of injured right tackle Marcus Gilbert, who will also miss Sunday's game against the New York Jets. Harris started all 16 games last season for reigning Super Bowl champion Denver and signed with the Steelers in March.
10/07/16 - RT Ryan Harris has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the New York Jets.
06/02/16 - T Ryan Harris, signed as a free agent in March, is acclimating himself to his new surroundings this spring. Harris, who was the starting left tackle for the Super Bowl champion Broncos last season, was brought in to compete with Alejandro Villanueva for the starting job.
One of the challenges this spring has been learning a new playbook on the fly.
"It's just the language," Harris said. "It's just kind of learning the language. The concepts are slightly different, but it's coming along."
Villanueva started the final 10 regular-season games and two playoff games last season after Kelvin Beachum had a season-ending knee injury. Beachum signed with the Jaguars in free agency.
Harris has 70 career starts under his belt with the Broncos, Texans and Chiefs.
"I feel I'm one of the best in the league doing what I do," Harris said. "I'm going to have my goals for camp and that will be separate from any individual I'm going against. That's the way I approach competition. It's worked out pretty good for me so far."
03/15/16 - OT Ryan Harris signed a two-year contract with the Pittsburgh Steelers, the team announced. The deal is worth $3.9 million, according to the Denver Post. Harris, 31, started all 16 regular-season contests and three postseason games for the Denver Broncos last season. The nine-year veteran began his career with Denver in 2007 and spent four seasons with the team. He returned to the Broncos prior to last season after stints with the Houston Texans (2012-13) and Kansas City Chiefs (2014).
10/14/15 - T Ryan Harris was limited in practice Wednesday. Harris split time at left tackle with Tyler Polumbus during the Raiders game. If Ty Sambrailo returns from his shoulder injury, Harris could be back at right tackle.