Mike Adams: 'Chris Harris injury is a blow'

Adams: 'Harris injury is a blow'
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Denver Broncos safety Mike Adams admits that losing cornerback Chris Harris for the rest of the season is a blow for his side.

Denver Broncos safety Mike Adams has admitted that the season-ending injury sustained by cornerback Chris Harris is a blow for his side.

Harris tore his ACL during last Sunday's 24-17 victory over the San Diego Chargers, with coach John Fox confirming that he will miss this weekend's AFC Championship game against the New England Patriots as well as the Super Bowl, should they make it that far.

"I feel bad for him, because he worked so hard through the season and the preseason, and to get to this point, one step from where we want to be and he does down," Adams told reporters.

"If you look at our season, we had Tony Carter in there making plays, we had Kayvon [Webster] in there making plays, [Quentin Jammer] in there making plays, I don't see that changing too much.

"Obviously it hurts that he's down, but we've got to keep going because we still have goals."

Harris had established himself as an important member of the Broncos' defense, registering three interceptions as well as 65 tackles this season.

Head coach John Fox of the Denver Broncos watches his team warm up prior to the game against the Baltimore Ravens during the game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on September 5, 2013
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