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N’Keal Harry wants out of New England.
The Patriots wide receiver requested a trade from the organization Tuesday, his agent said in a statement that was obtained from the NFL network.
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“For the past few months I’ve been working behind the scenes with the Patriots to come up with a plan for N’Keal to thrive in New England,” the statement said.
“He has 86 targets in two seasons, which obviously fell short of the expectations the Patriots and N’Keal had when they crafted a dominant downfield threat that was virtually unstoppable at the time of the attack in college.”
The statement goes on to say: “After numerous discussions with the Patriots, I believe that it is time for a fresh start and for the best for both sides if N’Keal moves on before the training camp begins. So today I informed the Patriots that I am officially to request a trade on my client’s behalf. “
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Harry was drafted in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft and wasn’t the # 1 wideout the Patriots expected him to be. In 21 games for New England, Harry had 45 receptions for 414 yards and four touchdowns.
Harry’s agent Jamal Tooson believes his client just needs a chance.
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“N’Keal understands that opportunity is a key ingredient in production,” the statement concluded. “He will continue to work hard to develop and refine his craft after missing a large portion of his rookie year due to injury. His expectations for Draft Day of his NFL career have not changed. We are confident that that success is just around the corner for him and “will pursue it aggressively.”
Several teams reportedly contacted the Patriots this off-season to act for Harry, but nothing came off. Harry has two more seasons and an option for the fifth year on his rookie contract.