Report: N’Keal Harry ankle injury appears to be severe

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Wide receiver N'Keal Harry‘s bid for a fresh start with the Bears has hit a snag.

Harry injured his ankle in Saturday’s practice and Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports that the injury appears to be a severe one. He will be undergoing further evaluation to confirm the initial read.

Bears head coach Matt Eberflus is not scheduled to speak to reporters until Tuesday, so the wait for official word on his status might have to wait until that point.

Harry was traded to the Bears by the Patriots for a seventh-round pick last month. Harry was a 2018 first-round pick, but has underwhelmed with 57 catches for 598 yards and four touchdowns to this point in his career.

32 responses to “Report: N’Keal Harry ankle injury appears to be severe

  1. Hate injuries but the Bears will get the same production out of him this season whether he’s on the bench or on the field.

  2. New England has not exactly been a hotbed of wide receiver talent. It took Brady to elevate that offense to greatness.

  3. touchback6 says:
    BB does it again.
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    BB overdrafted a stiff with a first-round draft pick, paid him about $8 million dollars for almost zero production, and jettisoned him for only a future seventh-round pick.
    What a genius of a GM he is.

  4. N’Keal needs to look for a new profession. This NFL thing hasn’t worked out for him.

  5. Hopefully he still plays this year. I was looking forward to seeing if he was terrible, or if NE couldn’t figure out how to use him.

  6. redclaw1314 says:
    August 7, 2022 at 2:32 pm
    N’Keal can’t catch a break. That is, unless his ankle is broken.

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    Can’t catch the ball either

  7. Just waiting to hear Devante Parker out with a Hammy. Loved the guy but he just couldn’t stay on the field.

  8. touchback6 says: BB does it again.

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    Yep…. BB did it again…. Drafted a bust at WR and traded him for penny’s on the dollar…
    Genius he is !!!!

  9. It’s amazing that NO OTHER TEAM except the Patriots have had a 1st round bust. The Patriots have not had many high 1st picks in 20 years’, so it does hurt when #32 is a total failure. Still, they persevere in hopes that they can somehow be as successful drafting as the Cleveland Browns and all the other great drafting teams who have won multiple Championships over the past 21 years.

  10. The strange thing about N’Keal is that he was actually ranked high in the pre-draft WR lists by everyone. How could everyone be so totally wrong?

  11. It’s easy to bash BB for the N’keal pick but go back and read the blogs – everyone LOVED the pick at the time.

    With that said, huge bust, no doubt.

  12. Who cares…

    The Bears won’t feel this, they will be lucky to finish in 3rd place.

  13. He was ranked as the 9th best receiver in that class on average. He wasn’t ranked that high. Excuses fly high.

  14. This is exactly why he wore out his welcome in New England. The guy can’t stay healthy, and when he is healthy he either runs the wrong route, or drops the ball at the worst possible time

  15. RogerThat! says:
    August 7, 2022 at 4:12 pm
    It’s amazing that NO OTHER TEAM except the Patriots have had a 1st round bust. The Patriots have not had many high 1st picks in 20 years’, so it does hurt when #32 is a total failure. Still, they persevere in hopes that they can somehow be as successful drafting as the Cleveland Browns and all the other great drafting teams who have won multiple Championships over the past 21 years.

    Is it just me or am I correct sensing some sarcasm here?

  16. Well, at least they got a picture of him catching a ball in a Bears uniform. So there is that.

  17. BB should just cut out the middle man and start trading first rounders for 7th rounders.

    Cause you know…. he’s playing chess right?

  18. RogerThat! says:
    August 7, 2022 at 4:12 pm

    It’s amazing that NO OTHER TEAM except the Patriots have had a 1st round bust . . . Still, they persevere in hopes that they can somehow be as successful drafting as the Cleveland Browns and all the other great drafting teams who have won multiple Championships over the past 21 years.
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    Yes, other teams have, but none of the players they missed on are mentioned in this article.

    The Pats’ last playoff win was four seasons ago. This “multiple Championships over the past 21 years” stuff is starting to sound like Cowboys fans bragging about THEIR multiple championships over the last 55 years.

  19. The patriots have no QB and no talented players. They are an irrelevant joke and disgraced cheaters. Brady couldn’t wait to ditch them and belicheat is Jeff Fisher without him.

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