Harry failed to secure either of his two targets in Sunday's 18-12 loss to the Broncos.
Harry failed to make an impact, as quarterback Cam Newton carried the offense on the ground but couldn't get rolling through the air. The second-year wide receiver will have nowhere to go but up in Week 7 against the 49ers. Harry has 18 catches for 166 yards and a touchdown in five games played this season.
Harry and the Patriots won't play the Broncos on Monday after the game was postponed until Week 6 due to a third positive COVID-19 test in the New England organization within the past eight days, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
The Patriots and the Broncos are now tentatively scheduled to play Sunday, Oct. 18 in Week 6, which was originally a scheduled bye week for New England. Denver, meanwhile, had been in line to host the Dolphins, but Miami now looks poised to take its bye Week 6.
Harry secured three of six targets for 21 yards and a touchdown in the Patriots' 26-10 loss to the Chiefs on Monday night.
Harry tied fellow wideout Julian Edelman for third in receptions and targets on the night, but he had a better fantasy performance overall by virtue of his four-yard touchdown reception early in the fourth quarter on a connection with Jarrett Stidham. Harry now has back-to-back sub-40-yard tallies after a season-best 8-72 line in a Week 2 loss to the Seahawks, and he'll look to up his numbers across the board at the expense of the Broncos in a Week 5 home matchup.
Harry (ankle) caught two of four targets for 34 yards and added a two-yard rush in Sunday's 36-20 win over the Raiders.
Harry actually ranked second to Rex Burkhead (49) in receiving yards, as Cam Newton threw for only 162 yards with the Patriots employing a run-heavy game plan. The 2019 first-rounder has 15 catches for 145 yards and is still in search of his first touchdown of the season heading into a Week 4 trip to Kansas City.
Harry (ankle) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Raiders.
After a rookie campaign stalled by injuries, Harry has hauled in 13 passes on 18 targets for 111 yards while seeing regular snaps in the Patriots offense over the team's first two games to date. If he can stay on the field, Harry's fantasy prospects could brighten further in the coming weeks as his rapport with QB Cam Newton grows, especially if the 6-foot-4, 225-pounder sees more red-zone opportunities.
Harry (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Raiders.
Harry worked through a shoulder issue Weeks 1 and 2 and now heads into this weekend listed with an ankle injury. He's been able to practice all week, albeit in a limited fashion, so we'd be surprised if he isn't available for Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET tilt. Two games into his second season as a pro, Harry has caught 13 passes on 18 targets for 111 yards while seeing regular snaps in the Patriots offense. As his rapport with QB Cam Newton grows, Harry's fantasy prospects should continue to brighten, especially if the 6-foot-4, 225-pounder is utilized more often as a red-zone weapon.
Harry (ankle) remained limited at practice Thursday.
As did Julian Edelman (knee), but so far there's nothing to suggest that either player is in danger of missing Sunday's game against the Raiders. It wouldn't surprise us though to see the duo listed as questionable on the team's final Week 3 injury report.
Harry was listed as a limited participant at practice Wednesday with an ankle injury.
Harry played through a shoulder injury in Sunday's 35-30 loss to Seattle, finishing with eight catches on 12 targets for 72 yards. At this stage in Week 3 prep, it's not yet known if the newly listed ankle issue is something that he's simply managing or indicative of an in-practice setback.
Harry (shoulder) had eight receptions (12 targets) for 72 yards in Sunday's 35-30 loss to Seattle.
Harry's shoulder injury didn't limit the wideout, as he was on the field for 86 percent of the Patriots' offensive snaps. The 22-year-old already has surpassed his yardage total from 2019 in just two games (111 yards). It appears that having Cam Newton under center is beneficial to an outside threat like Harry, as he is more willing to let deeper routes develop. With 18 targets and 13 receptions through two games, Harry has entered the conversation in PPR formats heading into a favorable matchup against the Raiders on Sunday.
Harry (shoulder) is active for Sunday's contest in Seattle.
For the second week in a row, Harry has been listed as questionable to suit up and eventually did just that. While he was efficient with his six targets from Cam Newton in Week 1, hauling in five of them, Harry only produced 39 yards. Still, Harry is among the Patriots' top three wide receivers alongside Julian Edelman (knee) and Damiere Byrd, so the opportunity should be there to produce from week to week.
Harry (shoulder) is expected to play Sunday night against the Seahawks, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.
The same applies to fellow wide receiver Julian Edelman (knee), with the duo's Week 2 status to be officially confirmed upon the release of the Patriots' inactives in advance of Sunday's 8:20 p.m. ET kickoff. Harry was also listed as questionable leading up to Week 1's win over the Dolphins before suiting up and catching five of his six targets for 39 yards in a contest in which QB Cam Newton attempted just 19 passes.
Harry (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Sunday night's game against the Seahawks after practicing in a limited fashion all week, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports.
As is Julian Edelman (knee), though it would surprise us if either pass catcher is sidelined Sunday night. Though Harry headed into Week 1 with a questionable designation, he suited up against the Dolphins, logging 51 of a possible 64 snaps on offense in the Patriots' 21-11 win, en route to hauling in five of his six targets for 39 yards. Assuming he's a go Sunday night, Harry will continue to serve as one of QB Cam Newton's top targets, and after a run-heavy approach against Miami, New England may well give Newton (whose Week 1 rush and pass attempt totals of 15 were equal) more chances to throw Week 2.
Harry (shoulder) was a limited practice participant Thursday, Ryan Hannable of WEEI.com reports.
Yet again, Harry's practice reps were capped this week due to a lingering shoulder injury from training camp. The limitations may be in place to ensure he reaches game day in as good of health as possible, but ultimately his status may be clarified upon the release of Friday's injury report. If he suits up Sunday at Seattle, Harry will be among the Patriots' top three wide receivers alongside Julian Edelman and Damiere Byrd.
Harry (shoulder) practiced on a limited basis Wednesday.
Last week, Harry didn't show up on the injury report until Friday, when he practiced in full but still was listed as questionable for the Week 1 game against Miami due to the shoulder injury. He ended up playing the second-most offensive snaps among Patriots receivers in the win, earning 51 (of 64) while Damiere Byrd had 56 and Julian Edelman logged 37. The result was five catches (on six targets) for 39 yards for Harry, matching Edelman for the team lead in receptions. Assuming he can get past the current health concern, Harry will serve as one of New England's top-three options at wide receiver.
Harry (shoulder) caught five of six targets for 39 yards and lost a fumble in Sunday's 21-11 win over the Dolphins.
Harry finished one target and 18 receiving yards behind team leader Julian Edelman while tying the slot receiver for the team lead in catches. The 2019 first-rounder appears to have a prominent role in the low-volume New England passing attack, but he'll need to tighten up his ball security to avoid coach Bill Belichick's doghouse.
Harry (shoulder) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
The No. 32 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft is expected to see an expanded role in New England's offense this season while working as a starting wide receiver for the team alongside top pass-catching option Julian Edelman. Harry's size and ability to get up and snatch contested throws gives him some fantasy upside in 2020, assuming he meshes well with new QB Cam Newton.
Though officially listed as questionable, Harry (shoulder) is "good to go" for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Harry was listed as a full practice participant Friday, which supports that notion. The 2019 first-rounder is poised to see an expanded role in New England's offense this season while working as a starting wide receiver alongside the team's top pass-catching option, Julian Edelman.
Though listed as a full practice participant Friday, the Patriots labeled Harry (shoulder) questionable for Sunday's season opener against the Dolphins.
We'd be surprised if Harry was sidelined this weekend, and if he does suit up, the second-year wideout should see his share of snaps alongside the team's top pass-catching option Julian Edelman. Now listed as a starter, the 2019 first-rounder is poised to see an expanded role in New England's offense. At 6-foot-4, 225 pounds, Harry has the size and ability to go up and snatch contested throws, which could result in him making an impact in the red zone this season.
Monday was "easily Harry's best practice of camp," Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald reports.
After a rookie season slowed by injuries, it was a bit concerning that Harry recently missed a few practices with an undisclosed issue, but he returned to the field Sunday and then put his stamp on Monday's practice. The Patriots list the 22-year-old at 6-foot-4, 225 pounds, though the Arizona State product has indicated that he focused on getting a little less bulky this offseason. In any case, Harry has the size and ability to go up and snatch contested throws, which could result in him doing some red-zone damage this season in the expanded role he's expected to have in New England's offense.
Harry (undisclosed) returned to practice Sunday, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports.
Harry had missed the Patriots' last three practices with an unspecified issue, but now that he's back on the field, he'll continue to work toward a role in 2020 that should include plenty of snaps alongside the team's top pass-catching option Julian Edelman and veteran receiver Mohamed Sanu. Per Katie McInerney of the Boston Globe, Harry geared his offseason training program toward getting a little less bulky. "I felt like I was a little bit big, and felt like slimming down and being a little more thin will help me get on top of my routes, and my breaks, and my releases," the second-year wideout noted. After a rookie campaign stalled by injury, the No. 32 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft appears poised to take a step forward this season, assuming he can stay on the field.
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