New England has a deep receiver room and was reportedly fielding calls on the former first-round pick during the opening week of free agency. However, Keim speculates that New England might be looking for at least a fourth-round pick in return. Harry, an Arizona State product, has appeared in 21 games (14 starts) over the past two seasons, catching just 45 passes for 414 yards and four touchdowns. The signing of Nelson Agholor and Kendrick Bourne coupled with Jakobi Meyers's emergence and Julian Edelman's return could make Harry expendable. It remains to be seen how much trade progress has been made, but it's a situation worth monitoring as the NFL Draft approaches.