New England player N’Keal Harry sends out a hype-up post for his return by showing off a new jersey. The New England Patriots are set to get back on the right track against the Jets after losing to the Miami Dolphins in week one. They are in a bit of a rebuild right now and trying to find their footing after a failed campaign last season with Cam Newton at the helm.
But now, N’Keal Harry is about to get back on the field for the New England Patriots.
Sadly, Harry’s training camp was cut short after a shoulder injury during a preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles. He was then placed on the injury list and was announced that he would miss the first four games of the season. This was a pretty big blow for the already short-handed Patriots.
Harry, however, is ready to get back on track. He used his Twitter account to show off his new jersey.
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This leads to the question – what kind of part will Harry eventually play in the Patriots’ offense? Well, that remains to be seen as of now.
As a result, Harry has not lived up to the hype yet in his short time in the NFL. This, along with a few other factors, led him to request a trade in the summer. He was on track for a very good training camp ahead of the season. However, the injury forced him to leave short of the finish line so we will have to wait and see what the future holds for the youngster.
Here is Harry on his trade request.
“Right now, I’m really not worried about anything trade-wise,” Harry said. “I’m focused on how to be the best version of myself on the field, going out there, working hard and improving every day.”
“Everything has been very normal,” Harry said. “Like I said, I’ve just been focused on helping this team win. Doing whatever I can to become the best version of myself.”
“I feel like we have so many good players on this team, and at some point, at one point or another, we’re going to be able to make a difference,” Harry said. “I’m just trying to make sure I can fit in somewhere in there.”