WR - NE
After requesting a trade last month, N’Keal Harry reported to New England Patriots training camp this week. The WR isn't "worried about anything trade-wise." Harry's worried about working on his agility for the Patriots - or his new team if a trade occurs - saying, “I feel like the past couple years I’ve been focusing on playing so big and just trying to just play big. I feel like I lost a little of my wiggle. So this past offseason that’s what I focused on a lot. A lot of agility drills and stuff like that just to try to get that wiggle back.”
Harry said he's pleased with the way he's started camp and that he would "absolutely" be happy if he's still a Patriot by the start of the season. The former first-round pick's confident that working on his agility in the offseason will pay dividends, adding, "I just feel like I can really help this team win. And I feel like I can have a big role within this team.” In his first two seasons with the Patriots, Harry totaled 45 receptions on 81 targets for 414 yards and four touchdowns.
WR N'Keal Harry's agent put out a statement saying that his client is requesting a trade from the New England Patriots before training camp opens, per Mike Garafolo.
This is a smart move for Harry, who was likely to be cut by the Patriots during camp. The former first-round pick has struggled to produce in New England due to scheme fit and poor play. If a trade happens, it will be for a conditional late rounder. Harry's play since entering the league suggests that it's unlikely he will ever be a productive fantasy player.
Andrew Callahan of the Boston Herald says that 2019-first rounder N'Keal Harry could be fighting for a roster spot this offseason.
Harry could lose his roster spot to undrafted second-year wideouts Isaiah Zuber and Kristian Wilkerson. The former first-round WR has not lived up to expectations in his first two seasons in the NFL. Harry has only caught 45 passes for 414 yards and four touchdowns during the start of his career. There were also rumors of Patriots trying to trade Harry, which could still be true. Either way, his fantasy value is minimal and shouldn't be a target in drafts.
The Washington Football Team is reportedly "monitoring" wide receiver N'Keal Harry.
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.
Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network is reporting that teams are reaching out to the Patriots about a possible trade for WR N’Keal Harry.
“Teams have been calling the Patriots to see if maybe they would be able to part with Harry,” said Garofolo. The No. 32 pick of the 2019 NFL Draft has struggled with injuries and inconsistent play in his first two seasons with the Patriots. He’s hauled in 45 receptions on 81 targets for 414 yards and four touchdowns across 21 games. Harry is drawing interest among other teams and could see a boost in fantasy value depending on if or where he’s dealt. Stay tuned.
Travis Fulgham WR-PHI
recommended by 33% of experts
Nico Collins WR-HOU
recommended by 44% of experts
Quintez Cephus WR-DET
recommended by 41% of experts
Tyron Johnson WR-LAC
recommended by 41% of experts
|1.||Justin Dodds||WR #84|
|2.||Dalton Del Don||-|
|4.||Matthew Hill||WR #92|
|View Overall Accuracy Rankings|