Patriots scratch N’Keal Harry against Jaguars

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The Patriots ruled wide receiver Nelson Agholor out of Sunday’s game because of a concussion, but that didn’t help N'Keal Harry find a role in the offense against the Jaguars.

Harry is inactive for the Week 17 game. The 2019 first-round pick appeared on the injury report as a limited participant in practice on Wednesday and Thursday with a hip injury, but he wasn’t listed at all on Friday and had no injury designation for this weekend.

Harry has appeared in 11 games for the Patriots this season and he’s made four starts. He has 12 catches for 184 yards on the year.

Kendrick Bourne, Jakobi Meyers, Gunner Olszewski, and Kristian Wilkerson are available at receiver for New England. Wilkerson was elevated from the practice squad on Saturday.

14 responses to “Patriots scratch N’Keal Harry against Jaguars

  1. The punt muff vs the Bills in the 1st game was horrific, and the drop last week was bad, but the complete lack of awareness and effort on the tipped INT was the final straw.

  2. Harry was easily the biggest WR bust of that draft followed by my Eagles taking J.J. Arcega- Whiteside. Both WR went far before DK Metcalf who pretty much every team passed on at least once.

  3. Great First round pick because of that Bust pats had to overspend on mediocre wrs in FA… missing playoffs again while TB12 is heading to probably another SB!!!

  4. What’s the problem? N’Keal Harry is averaging 15 yards on less than one catch per game, and he even started four times in 2021.
    Seriosuly, the man should change his first name to N’Steal. He picks Robert Kraft’s pocket each and every Sunday.

  5. I kept giving him the benefit of the doubt until I saw him play in person last week. The tip for the interception can happen, but when he just watched a ball sail a little high in the end zone without any effort to grab it that was the final straw. He should reflect and always give 100% with this chance of a lifetime (if he still has a chance).

  6. The only thing Harry has done even reasonably well is block.

    He can’t catch, he’s slow, despite his size he runs with no power, he has no elusiveness, he AWLAYS goes down at the first contact, he shows minimal effort and he shows zero awareness. He’s just shockingly awful for a guy that most of the experts had as one of the top receivers on the draft board.

  7. He hasn’t lived up to his potential Wilkerson comes in and makes an instant splash it’s not the coaching.

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