NFL DB Chris Harris, Jr. Is Totally Unimpressed With Wide Receivers at The NFL Combine: 'Some Slow WRs Coming in the League'

Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris, Jr. is unimpressed with the wide receivers in this year's NFL Draft class.

 

Chris Harris, Jr.

Chris Harris, Jr. is starting some pre-emptive trash talk with the wide receivers in this year's NFL draft class.

The receivers ran the all-important 40-Yard Dash today at the Combine, and the numbers were rather pedestrian. Only two players—Will Fuller and Kolby Listenbee—broke the 4.40-second mark, and several guys clocked slower-than-expected times. Harris took to Twitter to share his thoughts:

Harris has a point. Last year, 13 receivers clocked 4.44 or better in the 40-Yard Dash. This year, just four.

Harris, a cornerback with the Denver Broncos, went from undrafted free agent to two-time All-Pro. So if anyone's entitled to talk a little trash, it's probably him. For what it's worth, Harris clocked a 4.48 at his Pro Day.


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