|Date of Birth:||12/17/1997|
|Drafted:||2019 | Round 1 | Pick 32|
|Depth Chart:||2nd string|
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The Patriots have activated N’Keal Harry (shoulder) from injured reserve.
Harry will miss the minimum of three weeks after his preseason injury, and he should immediately push for snaps tomorrow night. The former first-round pick can contribute as an underneath weapon and red zone target.
N'Keal Harry (shoulder) has been designated to return from injured reserve.
Harry has returned to practice, so he could make his season debut as soon as Sunday night, especially since his conditioning should be good coming off an upper-body injury. The former first-round pick may have a situational role on offense, which would mostly project to impact Kendrick Bourne's snaps behind Nelson Agholor and Jakobi Meyers.
The Patriots are placing N'Keal Harry (shoulder) on injured reserve.
Harry isn't expected to miss much time with his shoulder injury, but he'll now be out at least three games while on IR. We'd think Harry has a shot to return for the highly anticipated Week 4 matchup against the Bucs.
N'Keal Harry expected to be fine for Week 1.
Evan Lazar of CLNS Media Network reports that Harry might miss some practice time but should be ready for the start of the season. It's good to hear that Harry avoided a serious injury like a break or long-term structural damage to his shoulder on his diving catch attempt on a deep ball last night. Nelson Agholor, Jakobi Meyers, and Kendrick Bourne appear locked in as New England's top three receivers entering the season, but the former first-round pick Harry will look to have a nice role as a big threat on the perimeter for the Patriots.
N'Keal Harry has requested a trade.
The statement from his agent—which can be read in the link below—talks up the former first-round pick while basically claiming he hasn't been given much of an opportunity with the Patriots. This news almost certainly means Harry is on his way out of New England, though it would be interesting to see how Bill Belichick reacts to the public statement, which could decrease the value of the former Arizona State standout. Through two seasons, Harry has caught 45 passes for 414 yards and four touchdowns.
N’Keal Harry (concussion) is officially active for Week 10.
Harry missed two games with his concussion, so it’s good to see him back to 100% and active for the Patriots. Harry is difficult to trust in fantasy lineups in his return.
N'Keal Harry (concussion) is officially listed as questionable for Week 10.
Harry is making progress through the concussion protocol, and hopefully he's feeling 100% and can get fully cleared soon. However, it's difficult to wait on him and trust the second-year receiver in Week 10 fantasy lineups in a tough matchup with Baltimore.
N'Keal Harry (concussion) ruled out for Week 8.
Harry will join Julian Edelman (knee) on the sideline, so New England's receiving corps is extremely thin. Look for Damiere Byrd to be the top option, and Jakobi Meyers should also see more snaps on Sunday.
N'Keal Harry (head) is out for the remainder of today's game.
Harry's afternoon ends with one reception for six yards. Hopefully Harry is feeling better soon and doesn't miss more time after today.
N'Keal Harry (head) is officially questionable to return for the Patriots.
Harry appeared to take a hit to the head over the middle. Hopefully he's feeling OK and can re-enter the game soon.
N'Keal Harry (shoulder) is officially active for Week 1.
Harry was fully expected to be ready to go, and he's in the lineup against the Dolphins. The second-year receiver is looking to have a breakout campaign with Cam Newton, who has had success throwing to big receivers, under center.
The Patriots have listed N’Keal Harry (shoulder) as questionable for Week 1.
Harry is expected to play against the Dolphins this Sunday, but his status will be official at 11:30 AM ET on gameday. With no probable tag available for use, the Patriots are typically liberal with their use of questionable designations.
N'Keal Harry held without a catch in loss to the Texans.
Harry played 81% of the team's offensive snaps and caught his first career touchdown in Week 12, but he dropped behind all three of Julian Edelman, Jakobi Meyers, and Phillip Dorsett on Sunday night, drawing just one target. While New England's first-round pick has the talent to re-emerge, fantasy owners should keep in mind that Mohamed Sanu (ankle) will be ahead of him when he's back to full strength, and the team simply has more trust in the fellow rookie Meyers right now. Harry won't be a recommended play next week against the Chiefs.
N'Keal Harry scores first career touchdown in Week 12.
Harry caught one pass for ten yards and a touchdown (the only touchdown of the game) in the Patriots' 13-9 win against the Cowboys. The rookie receiver made a great catch on a fade in the first quarter, showing his red-zone upside on a post-Rob-Gronkowski Patriots squad, but he then showed his inconsistency as a rookie receiver, with a drop on a pass at the sideline and a missed opportunity on another jump ball situation that was in his hands. Still, Harry has promising upside in New England's offense and could develop into a difference-maker down the stretch this year. He's not a must-add in redraft leagues, especially with Mohamed Sanu and Phillip Dorsett likely to return to ht field soon, but he's someone to keep an eye on.
The Patriots are activating N'Keal Harry from IR, according to Ian Rapoport.
Harry will eligible to play in Week 9 and could end up making his debut on Sunday Night Football, but the rookie is expected to be New England's No. 5 wideout for now. That said, the Patriots drafted him in the first round for a reason, and Josh Gordon's recent release opens the door for Harry to eventually earn a role behind Julian Edelman, Mohamed Sanu, and Phillip Dorsett. He's certainly worth a stash if you have the roster space.
N'Keal Harry is back at practice for the Patriots.
The Patriots don't have an official practice where they need to report activity level until Thursday this week (because they play on Monday night), but Harry is working out with the team today. The first-round rookie receiver can practice for three weeks before he needs to be activated as a designated-to-return player off of injured reserve ahead of Week 9 (if he is not activated, he will spend the entire season on IR). Harry is an interesting player to watch moving forward, but he's not someone that needs to be immediately picked up in standard-sized redraft leagues.
The Patriots are placing N'Keal Harry (ankle) on injured reserve, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
New England's first-round pick is expected to return this season, but this locks in Phillip Dorsett as a starter alongside Julian Edelman and Josh Gordon. Fantasy owners might as well stash Harry on IR if they have a spot open, though he's not a must-hold and is no lock to make an impact in 2019. The Patriots should now have Jakobi Meyers and Demaryius Thomas round out the depth chart.
N'Keal Harry is dealing with multiple injuries.
Harry did not practice for the Patriots today, and NFL Network's Mike Giardi says the first-round rookie receiver is "battling a variety of ailments including a hammy & a toe or ankle." It's unclear what the severity of these injuries are, but dealing with multiple injuries could mean a relatively lengthy absence. Harry seems unlikely to play in the Patriots' second preseason game this Saturday night, and he's in danger of falling behind in a complex offense after reportedly already having an up-and-down summer to this point. We'll keep track of the Arizona State product.
The Patriots have selected Arizona State wide receiver N'Keal Harry with the No. 32 pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.
This is a bit of a surprise with A.J. Brown, Hakeem Butler, and D.K. Metcalf all still on the board, but Harry was confident he wouldn't last past pick No. 33, and he goes one pick ahead of that mark at the last pick of the first round. New England lost monstrous red-zone target Rob Gronkowski to retirement this offseason, and Harry will help fill the void as Tom Brady and company look to put the ball into the end zone in 2019 and beyond. Harry is coming off seasons with lines of 82/1,142/8 and 73/1,088/9 in his sophomore and junior years at Arizona State, and he'll have an immediate potential path to playing time in a thin wide receiver depth chart with the Patriots. Our full scouting report on Harry is located in the link below, but he's in a great situation catching passes from Brady, so an immediate fantasy impact in 2019 is certainly a possibility.