The New England Patriots will probably part ways with one of their wideouts. NFL analysts have listed several potential landing spots for Patriots wideout N’Keal Harry. Can you make any guesses?
Harry is trying to force his way out. He requested a trade through his agent Tuesday. This divorce will probably be the best scenario for both parties.
The 2019 first-round pick had a disappointing performance in his first two years with the Patriots. He spent too much time on injured reserve and struggled to make an impact on the field. At least one NFL executive believes that the Patriots will get a conditional sixth-rounder for Harry. ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler confirmed the estimation. We have a few good reasons to believe that head coach Bill Belichick won’t trade his wideout for such a low pick.
Potential landing spots for Patriots wideout N’Keal Harry
Harry is probably looking for a home somewhere else. Here are a few suggestions:
The Cardinals had their eyes on Harry before the Patriots got him. They have DeAndre Hopkins and AJ Green. Getting a low-cost wideout seems like a good idea right now. Maybe the Pats will get Harry for UMass product Andy Isabella.
Dez Bryant joined Lamar Jackson and the Ravens to win games. Harry has a similar skillset and physicality. The Ravens also selected Rashod Bateman and signed Sammy Watkins in free agency. Will they try to get Harry?
Washington Football Team
ESPN’s John Keim has already emphasized the link between Harry and the Wizards. They watched Harry’s situation in May. They have Terry McLaurin and Curtis Samuel. Harry is a perfect fit for their No.3 receiver spot.
The Falcons traded Julio Jones in the offseason. Calvin Ridley and Kyle Pitts will get their targets, but Harry may be an enticing option for the franchise. He may come in and compete for the spot.
Kenny Golladay and Marvin Jones left the team in free agency. They have several issues to address right now, but Harry could definitely add depth to the receiving unit.
Nick Caserio and the Texans traded for Marcus Cannon and signed Derek Rivers and Terrence Brooks. Getting Harry won’t come as a surprise at this point. Houston doesn’t have much size at the receiving position. Rings a bell?