At least, that was Harris' public stance before Wednesday's practice.
"I still am a starter," Harris said. "No, it just is kind of the way things are going around here. They drafted Major for a reason. Major is a very good player, and they drafted him in the third round. He's got to get out there, and the best experience is playing experience."
Wright played a few series in the opening week victory over Detroit, including the all-important final drive of the game. Speculation continues to center around Wright eventually earning a permanent spot in the starting lineup.
"The coaches feel we have three starting caliber safeties here, so we rotated in the back [end of the defense]," Harris said. "It's no different than what the defensive line does, the receivers do it. It's not a big deal."
It's commonplace in the NFL to use a variety of players along the defensive line or at wide receiver, but teams generally stick with one starting combination at safety.