Tom Brady Shares Encouraging Comment On N’Keal Harry’s Latest IG Post

The New England Patriots had high expectations from their rookies in 2019. Patriots quarterback Tom Brady really liked N’Keal Harry, and they even practiced together before the start of the regular season. The Patriots’ first-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, didn’t live up to the expectations. Harry was placed on injured reserve at the beginning of the season. He joined the team later than expected, and had a few highlights. That’s all.

Many analysts predicted a great rookie season for Harry. But, the rookie didn’t really reach his full potential. Harry was never a major factor in the Patriots’ struggling offense.

Brady really likes N’Keal

The 22-year-old has great plans for 2020, and he is ready to step up his game. This will be his second pro-season, and Brady is here to support him. Well, they may not play on the same team, but Brady will sure give N’Keal a few great lessons.

“Going to be a great year for you,” the quarterback wrote. This is probably the motivation every young player needs to hear. Being supported by TB12 himself is a great honor, and Harry better give his best to make him proud.

Will Brady stick around to witness Harry’s success firsthand? We don’t know. No one knows. Brady sure has a few ideas on his mind, but he doesn’t say a thing about this.

The quarterback is set to become a free agent in March, and he will have to make his decision in the next couple weeks. NFL teams will be able to contact Brady on March 16. Hopefully, he will reach an agreement before that date.

Brady’s agent will meet the Patriots at the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine. This will be the initial meeting, and both sides will share their conditions. Will they reach an agreement? It’s hard to say at this point.

N’Keal has a bright future ahead of him, and he spent a year learning from the best. Will Brady help the rookie sharpen his skills? Let’s wait and find out. This offseason is super long. The fact that Brady may leave his team adds more salt to the wound.

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