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  • Raiders' Duron Harmon: Inks deal with Raiders

    Harmon signed with the Raiders on Thursday. Harmon spent the 2021 season with Atlanta, and he topped 1,000 defensive snaps for the second consecutive campaign. He's been effective at creating turnovers throughout his career, as he's posted 21 interceptions since entering the league in 2013. Harmon currently projects to play behind Johnathan Abram (shoulder) at strong safety, though his exact role should become more clear throughout training camp.
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  • Lions' Duron Harmon: Posts 73 tackles

    Harmon racked up 73 tackles, five pass breakups and two interceptions over 16 games in 2020. Harmon again made it through a full 16 games for the seventh straight season, but this year was his first as a full-time starter, with him seeing at least 92 percent of the defensive snaps in every game. While the ex-Patriots only reached at least six tackles twice -- compared to five times for teammate Tracy Walker over just 10 fully healthy games -- Harmon's consistent presence was invaluable for a Lions defense that was ravaged by injuries and went on to record franchise-worst marks in points (519) and yards allowed (6,978). As such, the one-year deal Harmon signed last offseason proved to be a nice gamble for the soon-to-be 30-year-old safety, who should have a decent reception when free agency opens this spring.
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  • Lions' Duron Harmon: Eyeing starting gig with Lions

    Harmon said Friday that he hopes to play over 90 percent of defensive snaps in Detroit, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. Harmon spent the first seven years of his career serving as a rotational safety in New England, serving as the team's No. 3 option in recent seasons. The 29-year-old will now reunite with coach Matt Patricia in Detroit, where he stands to spend the summer competing for a starting safety gig opposite Tracy Walker. It remains likely, of course, that the Lions will bring in additional competition as the offseason continues.
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  • Lions' Duron Harmon: Dealt to Lions

    The Patriots traded Harmon to the Lions on Wednesday in a deal that also involves a swap of late-round picks, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Per Ben Volin of The Boston Globe, the move clears up about $3.5 million in cap space for the Patriots, while simultaneously bolstering the Lions' depth at safety. Harmon, who New England selected in the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft, recorded 22 tackles and two picks during the 2019 season.
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  • Patriots' Duron Harmon: Records first interception

    Harmon had two tackles (one solo) and an interception in Thursday's win over the Giants. The 28-year-old picked off rookie QB Daniel Jones during the second quarter and had a 27-yard return to set up the offense. Harmon played all but five defensive snaps as starting safety Patrick Chung was lifted during the first half with a chest injury.
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  • Patriots' Duron Harmon: Tallies eight tackles Sunday

    Harmon recorded eight tackles (seven solo) in Sunday's loss to Detroit. Harmon's eight tackles were more than his total from the first two weeks combined. He saw an uptick in snaps with Patrick Chung (concussion) held out, and he'll fill a similar role in Week 4 if Chung's absence extends another week.
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  • Patriots' Duron Harmon: Re-signs with Patriots

    Harmon signed a four-year, $20 million contract with the Patriots on Thursday, Mike Reiss of ESPN reports. Harmon was the Patriots' top reserve safety behind Devin McCourty and Patrick Chung in 2016, finishing the season with 29 tackles and two passes defensed, including an interception, while playing in all 16 regular season games. At one point viewed as a major reach when the Patriots tabbed him 91st overall in the 2013 NFL draft, Harmon has solidified his standing in the team's secondary and figures to continue to see his share of snaps in the Patriots' sub defense packages in 2017.
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  • Duron Harmon does it again

    Patriots rookie safety Duron Harmon made an interception for the second straight game, returning it 42 yards in the Week 9 win over the Steelers. He added four tackles, giving him eight tackles and three passes defended this season.
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  • Patriots have plenty playing through injury in Week 2

    The Patriots entered Week 2 against the Jets with a lengthy injury report, however most of the players listed were able to play through their injuries. Those playing through listed injuries are: wide receivers Aaron Dobson (hamstring) and Matthew Slater (hamstring); defensive backs Nate Ebner (ankle), Duron Harmon (hamstring), Marquice Cole (hamstring) and Alfonzo Dennard (ankle); and running backs Stevan Ridley (shoulder) and Leon Washington (thigh).
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  • Patriots have eight questionable for Thursday

    The Patriots enter Week 2 against the Jets with 13 players listed on the injury report. Eight of those players are listed as questionable for Thursday's game, after being largely limited throughout the week in practice. The eight players listed as questionable are: running backs Brandon Bolden (knee) and Leon Washington (thigh); wide receivers Aaron Dobson (hamstring) and Matthew Slater (knee); tight end Zach Sudfeld (hamstring); defensive backs Nate Ebner (ankle) and Duron Harmon (hamstring); and tackle Will Svitek (knee).
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  • Patriots list Week 1 inactives

    Among Patriots players inactive Week 1 at Buffalo are tackle Will Svitek (knee), running back Brandon Bolden (knee), wide receiver Aaron Dobson (hamstring), safety Nate Ebner (ankle), safety Duron Harmon (hamstring) and running back Leon Washington.
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  • Patriots downgrade status of five for opener

    The Patriots downgraded four players to out for Sunday's game against the Bills in Week 1: wide receiver Aaron Dobson (hamstring); running back Brandon Bolden (knee); defensive backs Nate Ebner (ankle) and Duron Harmon (hamstring); and tight end Rob Gronkowski (back, forearm).
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  • Patriots list four as questionable

    The Patriots listed four players as questionable for Week 1 against the Bills on their official injury report Friday, with two coming on each side of the ball. Wide receivers Brandon Bolden (knee) and Aaron Dobson (hamstring) represent the offensive injuries, while defensive backs Nate Ebner (ankle) and Duron Harmon (hamstring) represent the wounded on defense.
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