Harry, who requested a trade earlier this month, is in attendance for New England's training camp, Nick Shook of NFL.com reports.
While it's still possible that the 2019 first-rounder could be moved, the 23-year-old indicated Friday that he'd "absolutely" be happy if he ended up staying with the team, noting that he's been focusing on improving his agility as opposed to "playing big." At this stage, the 6-foot-4, 225-pounder presumably slots in behind Nelson Agholor, Jakobi Meyers and Kendrick Bourne on the Patriots' wideout depth chart, but a strong summer and/or injuries could lead to a context that would allow Harry to stick around and potentially carve out a key role in the team's offense.
Harry plans to attend Patriots training camp if he's still with the team, NFL reporter Josina Anderson reports.
Harry's agent requested a trade last week, but it doesn't sound like the 2019 first-round pick will hold out if the Patriots keep him around. The team isn't likely to get much in a deal considering Harry has caught just 45 passes for 414 yards and four touchdowns in 21 NFL games. While there isn't a significant cap benefit to releasing him, the Patriots would clear up $1.4 million in 2021 cap space if they're able to work out a trade.
Harry's agent has requested a trade, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.
The Patriots' busy offseason suggests they aren't expecting much from Harry, as the team signed WRs Nelson Agholor and Kendrick Bourne in addition to TEs Hunter Henry and Jonnu Smith. With Jakobi Meyers also returning and reportedly looking like the No. 1 receiver at spring practices, Harry might be only fourth or fifth on the depth chart when training camp opens. The 32nd overall pick from the 2019 NFL Draft has been a huge disappointment through two years, producing only 9.2 yards per catch and 5.4 YPT on 81 targets (21 games). Injuries and poor QB play have contributed to the struggles, but Harry's inability to get open has been just as much of a problem.
Harry (calf) return to practice Wednesday, Jeff Howe of The Athletic reports.
Harry, who appeared to tweak his right calf Tuesday, was back on the field Wednesday with no protective wrap on his lower leg. The 2019 first-round pick will now strive to maintain the momentum he had recently been building at OTAs and minicamp workouts. At this stage, he's probably behind Nelson Agholor, Kendrick Bourne and Jakobi Meyers in the Patriots' wideout pecking order, but Harry's size (6-foot-4, 225 pounds) and ability to make contested catches give him a degree of red-zone upside.
Harry appeared to tweak his right calf during Tuesday's practice, Jeff Howe of The Athletic reports.
It remains to be seen if this is an issue that might hamper the wideout beyond Tuesday, but Harry, who reportedly had been building momentum this week per Howe, can ill afford a lengthy setback as he attempts to solidify his role in the Patriots offense following the team's offseason additions of Nelson Agholor and Kendrick Bourne. With returnee Jakobi Meyers also in the mix, Harry is currently competing for depth slotting with Gunner Olszewski, Marvin Hall, Isaiah Zuber, Kristian Wilkerson, Tre Nixon and Devin Smith. Since being taken in the first round of the 2019 draft, Harry has yet to establish himself as a consistent threat in the team's attack, and the 6-foot-4, 225-pounder may have to look sharp this summer just to retain his roster spot.
Harry could be forced to fight for a 53-man roster spot with second-year undrafted wideouts Isaiah Zuber and Kristian Wilkerson, Andrew Callahan of the Boston Herald reports.
It's certainly been a steep fall from grace for Harry, who was selected by the Patriots in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft. He's also been the discussion of trade talks this offseason, so it's possible New England will elect to move on from him if they don't like what they see, giving him a fresh start elsewhere. If he ends up sticking in New England, Harry is far from a sure bet to see regular reps during the 2021 season.
Teams have reached out to the Patriots to discuss acquiring Harry in a trade, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.
Marquise Brown and Harry were the two wide receivers selected in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft, coming off the board before the likes of A.J. Brown, DK Metcalf, Deebo Samuel, Diontae Johnson and Terry McLaurin. While perhaps a bust relative to his classmates, Harry hasn't exactly been put in the best position to thrive, learning a complicated offense while dealing with injuries and poor quarterback play. It isn't clear if the Patriots are inclined to give him another shot, but it sounds like there will be some interest if they decide to shop him.
Harry finished the 2020 season with 33 catches on 57 targets for 309 yards and two TDs in 14 games.
Harry, who the Patriots took 32nd overall in the 2019 NFL Draft, headed into the campaign poised for an expanded role, but that opportunity didn't lead to significant production for the 6-4, 225-pounder. As the second wideout taken in his draft year, it's likely Harry will be given the chance to compete for a key role in the Patriots offense in 2021, but given how disappointing the team's passing attack was this past year, context-changing personnel moves are upcoming. In any case, Harry's size and ability to make contested catches give him a degree of red-zone upside, but he'll have much to prove in his third season as a pro before he can be viewed as a reliable fantasy option.
Harry caught one of his four targets for three yards in Monday night's 38-9 loss to the Bills.
On the heels of back-to-back one-catch efforts, Harry will look to bounce back in Week 17 versus the Jets. However, with 31 catches (on 55 targets) for 292 yards and two TDs in 13 games overall this season, the 2019 first-rounder has yet to establish himself as a viable fantasy lineup option.
Harry caught one of two targets for 12 yards during Sunday's 22-12 loss to Miami.
The second-year man was coming off one of his better showings of the season with a 49-yard receiving output against the Rams last Thursday night, but he followed by posting another subpar outing. Harry has exceeded 40 receiving yards on three occasions this season, but conversely, he's also been held to 15 or fewer yards six different times. The Arizona State product was also blanked in the catches department Weeks 6, 10 and 12, rendering him a shaky option for a Week 16 home test against Buffalo.
Harry brought in three of four targets for 49 yards in the Patriots' 24-3 loss to the Rams on Thursday night.
Harry paced the Patriots in receiving yardage, but on a night when Cam Newton and Jarrett Stidham threw for only 146 yards overall, that didn't amount to a notable figure. The second-year wideout's yardage tally was his best since Week 2, but the fact Harry also has a pair of catch-less efforts in his last five games underscores how unreliable his production can be. However, with Jarrett Stidham having replaced an ineffective Cam Newton late in Thursday night's loss, the possibility exists that Harry gains a more accurate passer for a Week 15 matchup versus the Dolphins on Dec. 20.
Harry collected two of three targets for 15 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 45-0 win against the Chargers.
Harry posted his second TD of the 2020 campaign during Week 13, a reasonable total considering that his starting quarterback has only managed five scores through the air all season. The second-year man has benefitted from some higher-volume weeks, collecting six-plus targets four times, with eight targets in a game as recently as Week 11. His 26 receptions and 228 receiving yards have already more than doubled his rookie outputs, as Harry heads into a Week 14 matchup against the Rams' top-rated pass defense.
Harry (shoulder) didn't catch any of his three targets in Sunday's 20-17 win over Arizona.
Cam Newton threw for just 84 yards, with 52 of those going to Jakobi Meyers. Meyers and Damiere Byrd (three catches for 33 yards) have both surpassed Harry in New England's wide receiver pecking order, while the 2019 first-round pick has eclipsed 50 yards just once all season heading into a Week 13 road matchup against the Chargers.
Harry (shoulder) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
Harry headed into Week 11 listed as questionable, but he suited up for the Patriots' loss to the Texans, logging 52 of a possible 69 snaps on offense en route to catching five of his eight targets for 41 yards. With Damiere Byrd and Jakobi Meyers in line to see their share of targets Sunday and Donte Moncrief also in the mix, Harry continues to profile as a hit-or-miss fantasy option in what has been an inconsistent New England passing offense.
Harry (shoulder) is one of 13 New England players listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Cardinals after practicing in a limited fashion this week, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Last week, Harry was one of 11 New England players listed as questionable, but he suited up for the team's loss to the Texans, catching five of his eight targets for 41 yards in the process. We'd expect the 2019 first-rounder to be a go once again for Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET tilt, but he remains a hit-or-miss fantasy option in the context of working in the Patriots' inconsistent passing offense.
Harry (shoulder) was a limited participant at Wednesday's practice.
Harry was one of 11 New England players listed as limited Wednesday, but he finished up last week with a limited session as well before suiting up for the team's loss to the Texans. He proceeded to catch five of his eight targets for 41 yards in the game, and the Patriots haven't indicated that Harry suffered any setbacks with his shoulder. With that in mind, his limitations to begin Week 12 may have been maintenance-related.
Harry (shoulder) caught five of eight targets for 41 yards in Sunday's 27-20 loss to the Texans.
Harry posted his second-best receiving yardage total as Cam Newton threw for his second-highest yardage total this season. Both the receiver and quarterback had their best respective performances in Week 2 against the Seahawks, but Newton has failed to top 300 yards outside of these two games, and Harry hasn't broken 40 otherwise. Therefore, the 2019 first-round pick becomes an afterthought unless Newton is at the top of his game. Given his limited involvement most weeks, Harry will be tough to trust against Arizona in Week 12.
Harry (shoulder) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Texans.
Harry, who's logged 19 catches (on 32 targets) for 172 yards and a TD in seven games to date, wasn't targeted in Week 10's win over the Ravens, despite being on the field for 60 percent of his team's snaps on offense. He's therefore a hit-or-miss fantasy option until he reestablishes his on-field chemistry with QB Cam Newton.
Harry (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Texans after logging a limited practice Friday, Doug Kyed of NESN.com reports.
Harry, who's one of 15 Patriots players listed as questionable this week, was added to the team's injury report Friday, but Kyed notes that we should have a better sense of which New England players will suit up in Week 11 by Saturday, given that those who don't make the trip to Houston will be ruled out. Harry, who's recorded 19 catches for 172 yards and a TD in seven games this season, wasn't targeted in this past Sunday's win over the Ravens, despite being on the field for 60 percent of his team's snaps on offense.
Harry wasn't targeted in Sunday's 23-17 win over the Ravens.
In his return to action following a two-game absence, Harry logged 35 of a possible 58 snaps on offense, while Jakobi Meyers recorded 57 and Damiere Byrd was out there for 42 snaps. While he didn't make an impact as a pass catcher Sunday, Harry did make his mark as a blocker. He'll look to get more involved in the offense next weekend against the Texans, but for now it's Meyers who's emerged as QB Cam Newton's favorite receiver with Julian Edelman (knee) on IR.
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