DE - DET
Defensive end Charles Harris has agreed to a 2-year, $14 million contract to re-sign and return to the Detroit Lions.
Harris proved to be a valuable pass rushing option for Detroit during the 2021 season, finishing with 7.5 sacks for a Lions defense desperate to take the next step under defensive coordinator Aaron Glenn going into the 2022 season.
The Atlanta Falcons will not pick up the fifth-year rookie option on newly-acquired DE Charles Harris.
The Falcons acquired Harris from the Dolphins just a few days ago in exchange for a seventh-round pick. After spending three seasons in Miami, racking up 61 tackles and 3.5 sacks, the former 2017 first-round pick out of Missouri will become a free agent after the 2020 season in Atlanta.
Per sources, DE Charles Harris has been traded to the Atlanta Falcons for a seventh-round pick.
A former 2017 first-round pick out of Missouri, Harris played three seasons with the Dolphins, recording 61 tackles and 3.5 sacks. He’s mostly disappointed in Miami after a highly-productive collegiate career. His value has dwindled down to that of a seventh-round pick that Miami gets in exchange for the former first-rounder.
The Dolphins have ruled out defensive end Charles Harris for Sunday’s game against the Packers due to a calf injury.
This is now five straight games the Dolphins will be without Harris. He has 11 tackles and no sacks in five games this season.
The Dolphins have ruled out defensive end Charles Harris (calf) for Week 9 against the Jets.
This will make four straight games on the sideline for Harris. He has 11 tackles and no sacks in five games this season following two sacks as a rookie in 2017.