Patriots RB Damien Harris Provides Update After Injury Scare

The New England Patriots entered the new 2o22 NFL season with a loss, but did beat the Pittsburgh Steelers last night. It was a good win for the team, but the Patriots almost lost a good player. Damien Harris sustained an injury during the game and now he has an update for his fans.

Harris was tackled at the end of the game and gave fans a big scare. The media wanted to know more about his injury and asked him a lot of questions about his health conditions. Well, Harris feels great!

“I’m fine, dog! Look at me, I’m fine!” Harris told media members after the win.

Damien Harris hypes fans, teammates after providing injury update

The Patriots relied on Harris, but he didn’t have the best performance in Week 1. He did much better in the game against the Steelers. The veteran had 71 yards and a touchdown on 15 attempts. Harris has enough time to rest and recover for the upcoming game. Let’s hope that his condition doesn’t get worse.

The game against the Steelers was the 500th game for Robert Kraft. It’s a great accomplishment and fans are more than happy to celebrate it.

Harris took his time to congratulate the Kraft family. The team owner got the game ball in the locker room. Head coach Bill Belichick had the honor.

“Shout out to Mr. Kraft, his 500th game as the owner of the New England Patriots,” Harris said. “This is a big day for our entire organization and the entire franchise so it was great that we get a win on such a special day.”

New England did well last night and the offense looked better than ever. Quarterback Mac Jones threw for over 250 passing yards and a score.

“Just a great team win. It wasn’t one phase of the game,” Jones said. “(The) offensive line played amazing, (I) didn’t even really get hit. Hats off to them. Run game, pass game, they made it work. So that was something I was really proud of.”

Harris, Jones, and the rest of the Patriots players will go for another run next Sunday.