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Deonte Harty | Saints WR

Date of Birth:  12/04/1997
Age:  24
Height  5'6"
Weight:   170
College:  Assumption
Drafted:  2019 | Undrafted
Depth Chart:  2nd string

Deonte Harty | Saints WR


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Deonte Harty | Saints WR

The Saints are tendering Deonte Harty at the second-round level, according to Tom Pelissero.

This is receiver/returner formerly known as Deonte "Harris" to clear up any confusion, and this likely means he will be back in New Orleans for 2022. Harty caught 36 passes for 570 yards (15.8 average) and three touchdowns last season, though he'll probably be a better real-life player than fantasy option with the expected return of Michael Thomas and other possible moves at wide receiver.

Deonte Harty | Saints WR

Deonte Harris has been suspended for the next three weeks.

Harris appealed his three-game suspension but lost the appeal and will now miss Weeks 14-16. The speedster will be eligible to return for the final two weeks of the regular season.

Deonte Harty | Saints WR

Deonte Harris (hamstring) has been ruled out for Week 7.

Harris isn’t going to be out there for New Orleans, but they will at least have Tre’Quan Smith back to stretch the field.

Deonte Harty | Saints WR

Deonte Harris (hamstring) is out for the rest of today.

Harris caught a 72-yard touchdown before leaving in the first half for New Orleans, and he's now being declared out for the rest of the game. Hopefully the receiver/returner doesn't miss much more time past today.

Deonte Harty | Saints WR

Deonte Harris (neck) is officially out for the rest of tonight.

Harris has been out since early in the game, so this is unfortunate for the dynamic returner/receiver. Harris had a 54-yard punt return before leaving, but he didn't get a chance to do much on offense because of the injury. After a big role in the Wild Card Round last week, Harris is definitely someone to keep an eye on moving forward. He'll now hope his team can get past the Bucs in the Divisional Round and advance to the NFC title game next week.