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Chiefs sign Mark Harrison

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A former Patriots receiver has landed with Kansas City.

Mark Harrison, whom New England waived earlier in June, has signed with Kansas City, the club announced Friday.

A first-year pro from Rutgers, the 23-year-old Harrison sat out the 2013 season with a foot injury. The Patriots signed him as an undrafted free agent last May. Harrison hauled in 44 passes for 583 yards and six touchdowns in his final season with the Scarlet Knights.

According to Nick Underhill of MassLive.com, Harrison was tardy to one of New England’s OTA sessions before being released from the club.

Harrison is one of 13 receivers on the Chiefs’ roster, with Dwayne Bowe the top target and Donnie Avery likely to have a key role. However, there is some uncertainty thereafter on the depth chart.

 

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8 Responses to “Chiefs sign Mark Harrison”
  1. jjackwagon says: Jun 20, 2014 11:39 AM

    They still need a true #1 WR maybe it’s this guy…maybe not.

  2. pooflingingmonkey says: Jun 20, 2014 11:54 AM

    I’ve never heard of this guy, but I’m pretty sure he’d be the number one receiver for Oakland.

  3. denverwally says: Jun 20, 2014 12:46 PM

    think of this guy more as a move tight end than a WR.

  4. Patskrieg dot com says: Jun 20, 2014 12:52 PM

    Lots of impressive traits. Never really blew anyone away in college. Anything is possible.

  5. swadehoo says: Jun 20, 2014 1:41 PM

    Mark Harrison?

    Let’s settle this one!

  6. shayeezy says: Jun 20, 2014 1:49 PM

    6’3, 235, 4.37 40. ton of potential if reid can get him on the right track.

  7. mistrezzrachael says: Jun 20, 2014 5:55 PM

    NE needs a stud receiver…I think if he was anything more than a ..’maybe’ he’d still be there.

    Great students get hall passes when tardy….poor ones cut no slack…so NE said bye bye

  8. mutantman87 says: Jun 20, 2014 8:23 PM

    Actually, I’m pretty sure Mark Harrison is not better than Denarius Moore or James Jones, or even Andre Holmes at this point in time.

    Anyways, having an offense that depends on Donnie Avery to contribute is begging for serious regression. Has that guy ever played 16 games? That means that you have to hope AJ Jenkins or Junior Hemingway do something. Good luck, Alex.

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