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Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. says he’s been hacked on social media

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Chris Harris Jr. at a Denver Broncos practice on February 4, 2016. (Photo: Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

DENVER — Just a day after potential top pick Laremy Tunsil plummeted in the NFL Draft after the release of an apparently hacked video on Twitter, a member of the Denver Broncos says he has been a victim, too.

Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. tweeted that his Instagram account was hacked.

It’s not known what was uncovered in the hack, but TMZ Sports reports it allegedly “appeared to show Harris smoking a rolled cigarette.”

A video showing Tunsil apparently smoking from a bong attached to a gas mask was posted to his Twitter account not long before the draft began Thursday night.

He dropped from an expected top 10 pick to No.13, being drafted by Miami, and potentially costing him millions.

At this time, there’s no connection between the alleged hacking of Harris’ and Tunsil’s accounts.

However, Harris did have one piece of advice: change your passwords.