N’Keal Harry likely to be odd man out among Patriots receivers
As a first-round pick in 2019, N’Keal Harry came to New England with high expectations that have not been met in his three seasons with the team.
The start of the season could mark the end of Harry’s tenure as a Patriot. According to Mike Reiss at ESPN.com, the team’s acquisition of DeVante Parker over the weekend “likely means the end of the road” for Harry in Foxboro.
After showing flashes of productivity with two touchdowns in seven games in 2019, Harry struggled over the last two seasons to stay on the field and add value in the passing game. The 24-year-old will look for another shot to produce in the NFL down the road.
Harry requested a trade before the 2021 season, but ultimately remained with the Patriots through the full season. His future in the NFL will have questions about when and where he can continue to play.