Morning Sports Update: Broncos’ Chris Harris feels ‘light years better’

Chris Harris is a game-time decision for Sunday’s game. AP

A key player for the Denver Broncos says he’s feeling much better, Pablo Sandoval has dropped some weight, and Mike Vrabel says no to a defensive coordinator job. Those stories and more to start your Friday.

Chris Harris Jr. said shoulder injury is ‘light years better’ than last week: John Elway may have said Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. is a “game-time decision’’ for Sunday’s AFC championship game against the New England Patriots, but Harris has pretty much made the decision he’ll be ready for game time. (

Physically, Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval are shaping up for Red Sox: Ramirez, Farrell said, was at 234 pounds. That puts him 15 or so pounds down from last season. Sandoval has dropped 20-22 pounds. (The Boston Globe)

Bruins honor injured Boston Pride player with heartfelt pregame presentation: Denna Laing, the Boston Pride player who suffered a severe spinal cord injury during the Women’s Winter Classic on December 31, was honored at the TD Garden Thursday night before the Boston Bruins took on the Vancouver Canucks. (

Linebackers coach Mike Vrabel elects to remain with Texans despite offer from 49ers: Linebackers coach Mike Vrabel turned down an opportunity to become San Francisco’s defensive coordinator to return for a third season with the Texans. (The Houston Chronicle)

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