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The Denver Broncos are bringing back a familiar name for the playoffs.
Harris signed with Philadelphia as a free agent and he was later cut by the Eagles. Harris will provide depth Sunday against Pittsburgh in a wild-card game.
In other Denver playoff notes:
Injured Denver safety Brian Dawkins spoke to the team on Monday to let them know the importance of being in the playoffs. Dawkins’ availability Sunday is in question because of a nagging neck injury.
Denver fullback Spencer Larsen suffered a sprained MCL in his knee and he is likely out for Sunday’s game.
Denver coach John Fox implored Denver fans not to sell their tickets to Pittsburgh fans on Sunday. This is what Fox said Monday: “We’ve got unique fans here. I would encourage all of them to keep their seats, so to speak, and not sell them to Pittsburgh fans, so our stadium remains as active and loud as it’s been -- more blue and orange as opposed to yellow and gold.” When the Steelers beat Denver in the AFC title game in the 2005 season, the stadium was teeming with Terrible Towels. It did not sit well inside the Denver organization.
The Denver Broncos are bringing back a familiar name for the playoffs.Denver has signed tackle Ryan Harris after putting guard Chris Kuper on the injured reserve with a broken leg.