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It’s certainly not uncommon for veteran players to choose not to participate in grueling offseason work that is typically geared toward younger players who are still developing and adapting to the league, but one veteran free agent is getting pretty brutally honest about his plans.

As he prepares for his 13th season of NFL football, veteran cornerback Chris Harris has made it clear that he has no intention of participating in training camp. Instead, he plans to simply sign with a Super Bowl contender

“(Teams) pretty much know I’m not planning on doing any training camp or anything like that,” Harris told Chris Tomasson of The Denver Gazette. “I’ll do the same thing I did last year. I’m not doing training camp and all that OTAs and stuff like that anymore.”

“I want to wait and see what team has a great chance to win a Super Bowl and then try to hop on with them,” Harris continued.

It’s a pretty bold plan to admit, but after 12 full seasons in the NFL, he’s probably earned that right. He also claims that he feels ready to go even this late in his career.

“I feel ready to go,” he said. “I don’t have any issues. I feel great. I haven’t even got a chance to play safety or anything like that. I’ve been playing corner for 12 years. I definitely still got a lot left.”

We’ll have to see where he ultimately lands this year.

[Denver Gazette]