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Anthony Harris is signing a one-year, $5 million deal with the Eagles, according to Adam Schefter.
Harris will presumably replace fellow safety Jalen Mills, who left the Eagles for the Patriots earlier this week. Harris, Pro Football Focus' 38th-ranked safety last season, appeared in every game last season for the Vikings - totaling 58 tackles, seven passes defended, and two tackles for loss.
S Anthony Harris has signed his $11.4 million franchise tender with the Vikings. He will continue to work with the team towards a long-term extension.
Harris signed his franchise tender with the Vikings worth $11.4 million. The team will work with Harris towards a long-term extension. The 28-year-old had a career-year in 2019. He racked up 35 solo tackles, one fumble recovery and tied for the NFL lead with six interceptions. Harris is currently outside the top-50 among all defensive backs in the latest expert consensus rankings.
The Vikings have placed the franchise tag on free safety Anthony Harris, according to NFL insider Ian Rapoport.
This was another surprise franchise tag move and came shortly before Monday's 12pm EST deadline. The Vikings made a flurry of moves ahead of Monday's deadline that made the tagging of Harris possible, and they will now be able to negotiate a deal with him or work out a trade with another team.
Anthony Harris finished Monday’s 37-30 loss to the Seahawks with seven total tackles (two solo) and an interception that was taken to the house for six.
Harris currently has 52 total tackles, four picks, and one touchdown through Week 13. He has an excellent opportunity to add another interception in three of his next four games. (Lions, Chargers, and Bears)
Anthony Harris finished with five tackles (three solo), two interceptions, and a fumble recovery in the Vikings’ 28-12 win over the Falcons on Sunday.
Harris had a breakout last season with three picks and 46 tackles (34 solo). If he continues this level of play, he will be a quality IDP option in 2019.