Kelvin Harmon tore his ACL

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Washington wide receiver Kelvin Harmon‘s second NFL season is over before it started.

Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Harmon tore his ACL while working out on his own recently. He’ll miss the coming season as a result of the injury.

Harmon was a sixth-round pick last year and played 482 offensive snaps while appearing in every regular season game. He ended the year with 30 catches for 365 yards, completed the one pass he tried for 11 yards and was credited with a pair of tackles on special teams.

With Harmon out of the picture, his fellow 2019 rookie Terry McLaurin is joined on the receiver depth chart by Trey Quinn, Cam Sims, Steven Sims, Cody Latimer and 2020 fourth-rounder Antonio Gandy-Golden.

6 responses to “Kelvin Harmon tore his ACL

  1. That’s a really tough one. He had a nice rookie year finishing it as a starter and looked on his way to a bigger second year. At the same time, he wasn’t so good or so pedigreed that sitting out a year will be easy to overcome. It’s hard to imagine he’ll enter 2021 as a likely starter the way he was entering 2020. Here’s hoping for the best recovery possible and that he can pick up where he left off.

  2. Bummer because his talent is off the charts. Golden Gandy will now be the primary big man target. Good luck rookie.

  3. Tough luck for the kid and for then landover potato skins franchise.
    Since he was working out on his own does he go on the NFI list or IR?

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