Harmon caught both of his targets for 31 yards in Sunday's 32-27 loss to the Eagles.
Harmon worked as the No. 4 receiver behind Terry McLaurin, Paul Richardson and Trey Quinn, logging 15 snaps on offense and 13 on special teams. The rookie sixth-round pick took advantage of his limited opportunities, with a 21-yard gain in the first quarter and a 10-yarder on the final drive. Harmon figures to occupy the same role Week 2 against Dallas, but he could eventually push Richardson for snaps if his strong work continues.
Harmon caught two of his three targets for 37 yards in the team's third preseason contest against Atlanta.
Harmon didn't make an impact for much of the game but displayed rapport with Dwayne Haskins in the fourth quarter. He hauled in his catches on back-to-back plays, the first coming on a back-shoulder throw that went for 21 yards down the right sideline. Next, he hauled in a 16-yard reception over the middle of the field. Harmon isn't projected to see consistent snaps in his rookie season, though he carries some intrigue due to his strong production in college.
Harmon caught two of three passes for 17 yards during Thursday's 30-10 loss to Cleveland.
Harmon didn't get involved in the offense until the fourth quarter, his first target from Josh Woodrum getting picked off. The rookie didn't record his first catch until Washington's final drive. It was a ho-hum debut for Harmon, who many thought was a steal in the sixth round. It's hard to expect much this early, but then again Robert Davis -- listed as below Harmon on the depth chart -- hauled in a big touchdown with the starting offense.
The Redskins selected Harmon in the sixth round of the 2019 NFL Draft, 206th overall.
Harmon (6-foot-3, 221 pounds) was a borderline dominant producer at North Carolina State and was originally though of as a second-round prospect, but perhaps no one damaged their stock more at the combine than Harmon, who ran a 4.6-second 40-yard dash before plodding his way through the vertical (32.5 inches), broad jump (117 inches) and agility drills (11.47 agility score). He was extremely efficient and posted good volume with the Wolfpack, though, making 177 receptions for 2,665 yards and 16 touchdowns on 279 career targets (63.4 percent catch rate, 9.6 YPT). Even with his dreadful athletic testing, it's generally difficult to post production like that unless you're working with some real skill. Washington will hope those skills prove more important than his lacking physical tools.
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