N’Keal Harry tweets “Let’s get to it” after trade to Bears

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Wide receiver N'Keal Harry‘s run with the Patriots was not what anyone in New England hoped it would be when he was drafted in the first round in 2019 and that’s why the team shipped him off to Chicago on Tuesday.

Harry was traded to the Bears for a 2024 seventh-round pick, which makes it clear that he had no real future with the Patriots. The Bears are in the first year with a new head coach and General Manager, however, and their receiving depth chart features a number of spots that are up for grabs.

That looks like a step in the right direction for Harry and his first comment about the trade suggests he feels the same way. Harry tweeted “let’s get to it” to Chicago on Wednesday.

Darnell Mooney is the top wideout in Chicago. Harry will join Byron Pringle, Equanimeous St. Brown, Velus Jones, Dazz Newsome, Tajae Sharpe, and Dante Pettis in the hunt for other roles on the offense.

17 responses to “N’Keal Harry tweets “Let’s get to it” after trade to Bears

  1. Harry for some reason had his best season with Cam Newton. Might work out all right for Fields and the Bears.

  2. If Harry is a success in Chicago, Justin Fields will accomplish something that Brady failed to do while in New England.

  3. patsfan4lifedynasty says:
    July 13, 2022 at 5:40 pm
    If Harry is a success in Chicago, Justin Fields will accomplish something that Brady failed to do while in New England


    Brady’s only definition of accomplishment is winning SBs. Let us know when Justin Fields or your Jets win one

  4. Brady’s long gone. Let’s see if this NE roster can win anything without him.

  5. No clue what will come of this WR we traded for. Patriots reclamation projects rarely work out. But the Bears gave up very little to give it a shot, so I guess we’ll see. The team is where you want to be to try out some flyers. The WR room is pretty grim.

  6. N’Keal would be best suited with a team like The Rams. He is a True millennial; that alone may have worn Coach Belichick out . Mcvay seems to identify with younger players.

  7. He had more than enough time to “get to it” in Foxboro. What was he waiting for?

  8. Harry did not justify his draft position, but never heard anything bad about him as a team mate or person. Hope he does well in Chicago.

  9. In NE he definitely quit on some routes. I wish the young man well in Chicago.

  10. Maybe one teams trash will be another teams treasure….. but don’t get your hopes up Chicago…. Just don’t & you won’t get hurt that bad

  11. Playa, you should have GOT TO IT the last 4 years. You were basically traded for a 6 pack of Coors Light……..Roster spot, 15 catches, and probably a non stop mouth…

  12. He’s terrible. He had years to show something and fell flat. They even tried to turn him into a blocking tight end because he couldn’t catch or get open. Chicago should have taken the bag of balls.

  13. It’s worth taking a flyer a on a former 1st round pick especially one that comes so cheap. It’s weird how the Patriots see DeVante Parker as an upgrade over this guy. But remember folks just like you’ve read a million times in the comment section on this website, BB is playing chess while everyone else is playing checkers or something like that.

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