Schedule

Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
vs 19 22
@ 14 21
vs 18 22
@ 11 20
@ 32 27
vs 27 24
@ 5 19
@ 25 23
vs 10 20
vs 21 22
@ 23 22
@ 13 21
vs 14 21
BYE
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vs 4 18
vs 1 14
@ 21 22
vs 32 27
Player Outlook
Harry isn't expected to have a role with the Patriots this season, and his best bet for Fantasy value might be if he lands with a new team. But if he opens training camp in New England then ignore him in all leagues. Harry, a first-round pick in the NFL Draft in 2019, has been a bust for Fantasy managers for his three-year career. He's averaged fewer than 5.5 PPR points in each season, and that isn't expected to change, especially since the Patriots added DeVante Parker and Tyquan Thornton to go with Jakobi Meyers, Kendrick Bourne and Nelson Agholor. Maybe Harry can get a fresh start if the Patriots release him, but until that happens, Harry should not be drafted in most formats.

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2022
2021 12 184 15.33 0.00 161.3
2020 33 309 9.36 2 0.00 402.9
3y Avg. 19 199 10.47 1 16 8.00 242.2
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Fantasy News

  • Bears' N'Keal Harry: Undergoes surgery, out two months

    Harry underwent tightrope surgery Thursday to address a high-ankle sprain and is expected to be sidelined for around eight weeks, Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun Times reports. With Harry's injury expected to keep him sidelined for at least the early portion of the season and with Byron Pringle (quadriceps) and Velus Jones (undisclosed) also day-to-day with injuries, a weak Bears receiving corps is already trending down before the team's first preseason game. Chicago acquired Harry, a 2019 first-round pick, from the Patriots in July in exchange for a 2024 seventh-round choice, hoping the change in scenery would help him unlock some of his untapped potential. Harry now looks like a candidate to begin the season on injured reserve, which would keep him out for the Bears' first four games.
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  • Bears' N'Keal Harry: Diagnosed with high-ankle sprain

    Harry was diagnosed with a high-ankle sprain Sunday, but he'll see a specialist to determine the length of his absence, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. As Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reported earlier Sunday, Harry's injury from Saturday's practice is severe, but the wideout still is awaiting further evaluation. Harry was traded to Chicago this offseason and was looking to restart his career after poor showings in New England. However, the 2019 first-round pick has suffered another setback and likely will be sidelined for an extended period. Harry's ankle sprain is just one of a recent wave of injuries to the Bears' wideout corps, which now features Equanimeous St. Brown as the top healthy wideout behind Darnell Mooney.
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  • Bears' N'Keal Harry: Ankle injury appears to be severe

    Harry suffered an apparently severe ankle injury during Saturday's practice, but he's awaiting further evaluation, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports. Harry was traded to Chicago this offseason and was looking to restart his career after poor showings in New England. However, the 2019 first-round pick appears to have suffered another setback and may be sidelined for an extended period. Harry's ankle issue is just one of a recent slew of injuries to the Bears' wideout corps, which now features Equanimeous St. Brown as the top healthy wideout behind Darnell Mooney.
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  • Bears' N'Keal Harry: Picks up leg injury

    Harry appeared to suffer a leg injury during Saturday's practice, Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune reports It's unclear how severe the injury may be, but head coach Matt Eberflus did seem concerned the issue could test the team's depth at wide receiver. Byron Pringle didn't practice Saturday due to a quad injury that will "keep him out for a bit," according to the head coach, and that comes on top of 2022 third-round pick Velus Jones also not participating in practice for an undisclosed reason. At the moment, Darnell Mooney and Equanimeous St. Brown are the only two healthy wideouts among the Bears' top five projected pass catchers.
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  • Bears' N'Keal Harry: Heading to Chicago

    Harry was traded to the Bears from the Patriots on Tuesday in exchange for a 2024 seventh-round draft pick, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. Harry was selected by the Patriots in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft, but he failed to carve out much of a role in New England's offense. The 24-year-old secured 57 of 103 targets for 598 yards and four touchdowns while rushing seven times for 49 yards over his three seasons in the league. The Bears are attempting to replace Allen Robinson, Damiere Byrd and Marquise Goodwin in their offense, so Harry should have a chance to compete for a significant role with his new team during training camp.
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  • Patriots' N'Keal Harry: Set to be at minicamp

    Harry is slated to attend the Patriots' mandatory minicamp this week, Doug Kyed of Pro Football Focus reports. The 2019 first-rounder, who caught just 12 passes (on 22 targets) for 184 yards in 12 games last season, wasn't present for the voluntary portion of the team's offseason workout program, but he's in line to take the field in the coming days. Given the Patriots' depth at wideout, ESPN's Mike Reiss suggests that Harry is no lock to make the team's final roster ahead of Week 1, barring a rash of injuries.
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  • Patriots' N'Keal Harry: Absent on Day 1 of OTAs

    Harry was absent for Day 1 of New England's OTAs on Monday, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports. This isn't surprising as the 2019 first-round pick also skipped New England's voluntary offseason program at the end of April. Harry remains a candidate to be moved by the Patriots this offseason after the team traded for DeVante Parker and drafted Tyquan Thornton this offseason. Harry caught just 12 of 22 targets for 184 yards across 12 appearances during the 2021 campaign and currently is slotted to be the sixth wideout on New England's depth chart to start the 2022 season.
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  • Patriots' N'Keal Harry: Not present for voluntary program

    Harry isn't present Wednesday for the start of New England's voluntary offseason program, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports. Harry is a candidate to be moved by the Patriots this offseason, and the team's recent acquisition of DeVante Parker could add further credence to that idea. The 2019 first-round pick's absence for the start of the voluntary offseason program thus doesn't come as much of a surprise. Last season, Harry was targeted just 22 times across 12 appearances, finishing with 12 catches for 184 yards.
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  • Patriots' N'Keal Harry: Likely on the move

    ESPN's Mike Reiss suggests that the Patriots' trade for DeVante Parker foreshadows the team parting ways with Harry. With Parker joining Jakobi Meyers, Kendrick Bourne and Nelson Agholor in New England's wideout mix, Harry looks like the odd man out. Since being drafted in 2019, the Arizona State product hasn't produced as hoped, with Parker -- a big target who can win in contested-catch scenarios -- slated to fill a role that the team had projected for Harry. This past season, the 24-year-old caught just 12 passes (on 22 targets) for 184 yards in 12 games, and at this stage a change of scenery probably would benefit the 6-foot-4, 225-pounder, who's approaching the fourth year of his rookie deal.
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  • Patriots' N'Keal Harry: Could be moved this offseason

    Harry finished the 2021 regular season with 12 catches on 22 targets for 184 yards in 12 games. Per Paul Perillo of the Patriots' official site, while Harry is signed through 2022 with a fifth-year option for 2023, he's a candidate to be moved this offseason. In three campaigns with the team since being taken 32nd overall in the 2019 NFL Draft, the wideout has yet to secure a steady role in New England's offense, and Perillo suggests that is possible Harry could be traded for a late-round pick in advance of this year's draft.
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  • Patriots' N'Keal Harry: Back in lineup Sunday

    Harry is active for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. Harry, who was inactive in Week 17, returns to the mix Sunday, but he's off the fantasy radar for now, with Jakobi Meyers, Nelson Agholor and Kendrick Bourne ahead of him on New England's wideout depth chart.
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  • Patriots' N'Keal Harry: Inactive Sunday

    Harry is inactive for Sunday's game against the Jaguars. Given that Harry is not suiting up Sunday, the Patriots' Week 17 wideout corps will be headed by Jakobi Meyers and Kendrick Bourne, with Gunner Olszewski and Kristian Wilkerson candidates to mix in as well.
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  • Patriots' N'Keal Harry: Good to go for Week 17

    Harry (hip) doesn't carry an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Jaguars. With Nelson Agholor (concussion) out for the contest, Harry figures log his share of Week 17 work alongside Kendrick Bourne and Jakobi Meyers (thigh/questionable), assuming he's active. Harry has yet to catch more than two passes in a game this season and even with the prospect of added snaps this weekend, he's a speculative fantasy option.
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  • Patriots' N'Keal Harry: Limited again in practice

    Harry (hip) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice. Harry was also limited in practice Wednesday, but so long as he's able to maintain that level of activity Friday or upgrade to full participation, he should be in good shape to play Sunday against the Jaguars. Meanwhile, Nelson Agholor (concussion), who sat out last week's loss to the Bills, was unable to practice Wednesday or Thursday, perhaps putting him in line for another absence this weekend. If that's the case, Harry would likely maintain a regular role in three-receiver sets alongside Jakobi Meyers (thigh) and Kendrick Bourne.
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  • Patriots' N'Keal Harry: Limited at practice

    Harry (hip) was listed as a limited practice participant Wednesday. Harry played through his hip issue in Week 16 versus the Bills, en route to logging a season-high 61 snaps, while catching two of his six targets for 15 yards. His increased snap count was the result of Nelson Agholor (concussion) being out, with Harry's Week 17 role once again hinging on the status of Agholor, who remained sidelined for Wednesday's practice.
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  • Patriots' N'Keal Harry: Sees season-high 61 snaps

    Harry was on the field for a season-high 61 (of a possible 64 snaps) on offense in Sunday's 33-21 loss to the Bills, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. Harry's increased snap count count was the result of Nelson Agholor (concussion) being out, but his fantasy impact was modest, as the 2019 first-rounder hauled in just two of his six targets for 15 yards. If Agholor is cleared ahead of the coming weekend, Harry's Week 17 workload would take a hit, but either way, steady volume continues to elude him, thus making Harry a low-level fantasy option.
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  • Patriots' N'Keal Harry: Active for Week 16

    Harry (hip) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Bills. With Nelson Agholor (concussion) out, Harry has an opportunity to see some added Week 16 looks, but among New England's wideouts, Jakobi Meyers and Kendrick Bourne profile as higher-percentage fantasy options versus Buffalo.
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  • Patriots' N'Keal Harry: Listed as questionable

    Harry (hip) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bills. Harry was able to practice in a limited fashion this past week, so we suspect he'll be a go for Sunday's 1:00 ET contest. With Nelson Agholor (concussion) out and Kendrick Bourne (illness) on the reserve/COVID-19 list, Harry could see added Week 16 looks, assuming he's active this weekend, especially if Bourne isn't cleared to play.
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  • Patriots' N'Keal Harry: At practice Wednesday

    Harry (head) was on the field for practice Wednesday, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports. Meanwhile, Nelson Agholor (head) and Kendrick Bourne (reserve/COVID-19 list) were absent from the Patriots' first Week 16 session. If neither or both players aren't cleared to play Sunday against the Bills, Harry -- assuming he's available -- would be in line for added snaps alongside Jakobi Meyers.
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  • Patriots' N'Keal Harry: Forced out of Week 15 game

    Harry exited Saturday's loss to the Colts after absorbing a hit to his head, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports. The same applies to Nelson Agholor (head), and with Kendrick Bourne having been placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list, the Patriots' wideout depth as this Sunday's game against the Bills approaches is now looking taxed. For now, the team's only available roster options free of any Week 16 availability concerns are Jakobi Meyers and Gunner Olszewski, with Tre Nixon and Kristian Wilkerson on the practice squad. Prior to his exit from Saturday's contest, Harry caught two of his five targets for 52 yards.
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