Chris Harris, Jr., cornerback for the Denver Broncos, is considered among the NFL’s elite players. In his first season with the Broncos, he earned PFWA All-Rookie honors, Overachiever of the Year and the NFL’s Breakout Player of the League. Since then, he has become a three-time All-Pro, Pro Bowler and Super Bowl Champion.
During the 2014 season, Chris earned the nick name “No Fly Zone,” after not allowing a single touch down. He was voted best cornerback in the NFL by Pro Football Focus, which earned him 2015 All Pro and 2015 & 2016 Pro Bowl honors.
At the University of Kansas, Chris had one of the most successful football careers in the school’s history. He led his team to an Orange Bowl victory and at the end of his college career he had earned the #2 spot on the Kansas football all-time tackles list.
In 2013 Chris and his wife, Leah, launched the Chris Harris Jr. Foundation. Inspired by his own life experiences, the foundation seeks out fellow underdogs and helps give them opportunities and resources to rise above obstacles to achieve greatness.