College: Arizona State | Rookie
Height: 6'4" | Weight: 225 lbs
Birth Date: 12/17/1997
2019 Bye Week: 10
On IR - ankle
Total Pts: 0
Avg Pts: 0.00
Rank: 94 WR
The Patriots used a first-round pick on Harry, hoping to find a new weapon in the passing game for Tom Brady. Harry is a big receiver that does well using his size and strength in the passing game. He does a good job of catching the ball at it's high point, making him a tough cover. Harry is not going to make a lot of plays after the catch, though, lacking some moves in space. He also doesn't possess elite speed. He should challenge for a starting spot his rookie season in New England.
FANTASY OUTLOOK: Harry is a good chance to start for the Patriots, which gives him obvious fantasy value in a pass-heavy offense. He should be a good red-zone target. Consider him a low-end No. 3 or 4 fantasy receiver. Look for around 50 receptions for 700 yards and six or seven touchdowns.
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New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry will begin the season on injured reserve and must sit out the first eight games of the season. The rookie suffered an ankle injury in training camp and the team simply is not willing to wait for him to heal up. Harry enjoyed some solid moments during 11-on-11 drills in camp but will have to wait a few months if he hopes to contribute this season. The first-round pick has talent but will have an uphill battle to earn snaps when he returns.
New England Patriots rookie wide receiver N'Keal Harry's (ankle, hamstring, toe) status for the Week 1 opener against the Steelers could be in question after he hobbled off the field in the Aug. 8 preseason opener. Since then, he hasn't practiced in full and has been jogging lightly when at practice. The rookie hasn't passed the eye test in terms of looking comfortable this preseason and could struggle in the early going. There also might not be much of a role for Harry to open the season behind Julian Edelman, Phillip Dorsett and Josh Gordon. He'll also have to compete with Demaryius Thomas for playing time. Consider Harry a late-round flier in redraft leagues.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry did not play in the team's second preseason game as he is dealing with minor lower-leg injuries. A hamstring has kept him off the practice field recently and could be dealing with other bumps and bruises. Harry, however, is expected to be ready to play by Week 1 but his involvement in the offense right out of the gate is up in the air. Harry has plenty of talent but lacks top-end speed and typically rookie receivers must earn the trust of quarterback Tom Brady before they can produce. Harry has plenty of fantasy value, especially in dynasty/keeper leagues, but should be targeted in the later double-digit rounds in standard formats.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry returned to practice Wednesday in a limited capacity. Harry (ankle, hamstring) has been held out the past few days and did not take part in 11-on-11 drills against the Titans in a joint practice. The rookie made a solid first impression in the first preseason game, racking up 36 receiving yards. As long as Harry enters the season healthy, expect him to be the starter for the Patriots.
New England Patriots rookie wide receiver N'Keal Harry (lower body) appeared to suffer a lower-body injury in Thursday's preseason debut against the Detroit Lions. He was able to limp off the field under his own power, although the Patriots are yet to disclose the exact nature of his injury. However, a source said the rookie out of Arizona State is expected to miss practice time as a result of the ailment, although he is not expected to be in danger of missing the regular-season opener. Injuries to Julian Edelman, Demaryius Thomas and now Harry is helping blow open the door for emerging undrafted free-agent wideout Jakobi Meyers. Stay tuned.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry made his NFL debut on Thursday, catching both his targeted passes for 36 yards in the Patriots 31-3 preseason victory. It's only two catches, but a lot is being expected of the rookie right out of the gate due to injuries to teammates Julian Edelman and Demaryius Thomas. This is a small sample size for fantasy owners to chew on for now but Harry should be monitored throughout the preseason to see if he's making incremental progress.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry dropped some crucial passes as the Patriots offense struggled in Wednesday's training camp practice. It is so early in the process but Harry has an opportunity to solidify himself during training camp as the team deals with injuries to the receivers group. Harry ran some excellent routes to spring open but the drops is something he'll have to clean up fast. Rookie wide receivers, especially in a demanding offense like New England's, often struggle to make an impact in the early portions of a regular season. But Harry has the talent to buck that trend if he can continue to make strides in training camp heading towards exhibition games.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry was expected to quickly step in as a rookie and earn significant snaps for the Patriots, but he's had a disappointing start to his NFL career, struggling in mini-camp and opening training camp as a reserve. Harry's currently behind Julian Edelman, Maurice Harris, and Phillip Dorsett on the depth chart. However, Harry's physical skill set and ability to be a downfield weapon for quarterback Tom Brady suggest that he'll eventually claim that starting role. For now, though, there's definitely some downside to drafting Harry, especially when you consider how much rookie wideouts have struggled over the past few seasons.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry can officially say his professional career has begun after catching a pass from quarterback Tom Brady in an 11-on-11 drill. Harry was also spotted on the field working one-on-one with Brady on fade routes and 50/50 balls. With teammates Julian Edelman and Demaryius Thomas sidelined, Harry has an early opportunity to make an impression and soak up some on-field experience. Harry will be an intriguing player to monitor once preseason games begin.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and rookie wide receiver N'Keal Harry have a long way to go in terms of developing their chemistry. Brady and Harry failed to connect on several practices on Tuesday, and Harry had an up-and-down showing. Harry's timing with both Brady and backup Brian Hoyer wasn't perfect either. This is nothing new for a rookie wideout, but we'll be keeping a closer eye on Harry in training camp this summer, as he's expected to be an important pass-catcher for Brady behind his favorite target in Julian Edelman. Harry has a real chance to be one of the best fantasy guys out of this year's rookie receiver class.
New England Patriots rookie wide receiver N'Keal Harry has impressed backup quarterback Brian Hoyer so far in organized team activities and the improvements he's made on a day-to-day basis. The 6-foot-2, 228-pound Harry has a large catch radius and lined up in multiple spots and seemed to know where he was going. Head coach Bill Belichick referred to Harry as "smart." Alongside quarterback Tom Brady's go-to weapon of Julian Edelman, Harry will likely have a lot on his plate in Year 1 and has a chance to make the most impact of any rookie wide receiver in the 2019 class.