Think Tom Brady is happy about the Patriots getting a wide receiver in the first round?

Nov 24, 2018; Tucson, AZ: Arizona State Sun Devils wide receiver N'Keal Harry celebrates after defeating the Arizona Wildcats during the Territorial Cup at Arizona Stadium. (Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports)
Nov 24, 2018; Tucson, AZ: Arizona State Sun Devils wide receiver N'Keal Harry celebrates after defeating the Arizona Wildcats during the Territorial Cup at Arizona Stadium. (Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports)

From the NFL Newswire at 985TheSportsHub.com

Tom Brady has a new toy. A really shiny one.

The Patriots quarterback turns 42 in 2019 and if he has his way, he has four years left. So Bill Belichick clearly saw the value in diving right into a deep wide receiver class in the 2019 NFL Draft for a dynamic weapon to work with Brady on the back nine - especially now that he no longer has Rob Gronkowski.

Not only did Belichick go out and get Brady a weapon, he wasted no time with his deep draft arsenal and selected Arizona State WR N'Keal Harry with the 32nd overall pick. And Brady chimed in about it on Twitter on Friday morning, welcoming Harry to the team presumably after waking up to the good news.

Regardless of where Harry's NFL career goes, Brady has to be excited about the pick. Harry projects as a dynamic outside receiver for the Patriots, someone whom Brady could trust to come down with the football in one-on-one matchups and make plays after the catch. Belichick must love his size, strength, toughness, and versatility.

The biggest question with Harry, as it is with every new receiver on the Patriots, is whether he can build a rapport with Brady and do it quickly. You'd have to think No. 12 is willing to put the work in with a first-round talent being added to his arsenal.

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