He was on the Broncos Offensive Line for three different stints during his 10-year NFL career. His final tenure in Denver included a victory in Super Bowl 50.
Ryan Harris grew up in the Twin Cities and was inspired to play football after attending a Vikings game as a "chubby kid." He was the big lineman and knew he had a place in the game. Over time he acquired the skills and speed to get noticed and the offers from Division I schools started showing up. Ryan opted for Notre Dame where he started at Offensive Tackle for four years and earned degrees in both Economics & Policy and Political Science. The Broncos picked him in the 3rd round of the 2007 draft and over the next 10 seasons, he would hear many opinions (positive and negative) about his playing abilities with the Broncos, Eagles, Texans, Chiefs and Steelers. He also endured nine surgeries throughout his football career which helped him gain perspective on work ethic and belief in himself.
In retirement, Ryan is a best selling author, keynote speaker, award winning broadcaster and involved in a number of projects trying to create a better world. To learn more about what Ryan is doing, check out RyanHarris68.com