For a long time, the Patriots under the leadership of Bill Belichick (Bill Belichick) did not perform well on the wide receiver. The outgoing departure of rookie N’Keal Harry in the first round of 2019 is an extension of this trend.
Belichick is the greatest coach in history. He is also a talented genius when making decisions in many other positions, especially in defense. But since his early years as coach and general manager, Belichick has failed to hit an influential wide receiver.
Since taking Julian Edelman as a versatile gear in the seventh round of the 2009 NFL Draft, the Patriots have selected 10 wide receivers in each round, and Harry ranked ninth as the No. The 32-bit highest draft pick, he has always been the biggest loser.
It is difficult for Harry to enter the Patriots’ final roster in the upcoming 2021 training camp. He hopes to revive his career in New England through a trade.His agent, Jamal Tooson, conveyed Statement by Mike Garafolo of NFL Network This includes a formal request to trade Harry.
“In the past few months, I have been working with the Patriots behind the scenes to develop a plan for Enker to thrive in New England. In two seasons, he had 86 goals, which obviously did not reach the Patriots. And the N’Keal team’s expectations when picking a low-court threat that was almost unstoppable in the college offense,” Tucson wrote.
“After many conversations with the Patriots, I think it’s time to start again. If Enkel keeps going before the start of the training camp, it’s best for both parties. That’s why I informed today For the Patriots, I formally request the transaction to represent my client.”
Harry’s short time with the Patriots brought more misfortune than fruitful results. As a rookie in 2019, he missed 9 games due to an ankle injury. He had a terrible concussion last year that allowed him to play two more games.
In two regular seasons, Harry saw only 81 goals in 21 games, 45 passes for 414 yards and 4 touchdowns. In QB’s only playoff game with Tom Brady, Harry hit 2 of 7 goals within 21 yards.
With the addition of free agents Nelson Agholor and Kendrick Bourne and the promise of Jakobi Meyers, Harry can only be ranked fourth on the depth chart at most. After Edelman retired, he had many competitors competing for the bottom line, including Gunner Olszewski and Journeyman Marvin Hall.
Since the key Super Bowl combination of Deion Branch and David Givens was drafted for Brady in 2002, there hasn’t been much work as a wide receiver in New England except for Edelman.
Since 2009, Harry is about to join a suspicious club, including Bertel Johnson, PK Sam, Chad Jackson, Brandon Tate, Taylor Price, Jeremy Eber Te, Aaron Dobson, Josh Boyce, Jeremy Gallon, Malcolm Mitchell, Devin Lucien and Braxton Belios. Good luck to the rookie Tre Nixon in the seventh round and avoid a common fate.
On the bright side, Belichick signed two Meyers, the latter could be a key foreign aid for the three-point line this season, and the young returning ace Olszweski signed in the same Harry class as an undrafted free agent in 19 under. In terms of “hypothesis,” the Patriots selected Harry before Deebo Samuel, AJ Brown, DK Metcalf, Diontae Johnson and Terry McLaurin. Ouch.
The Patriots are trying to better support their quarterback, now Cam Newton and rookie first-round player Mac Jones. They hope that Agholor and Bourne will stand out from other teams and the valuable role players of Meyers and enter a more complete goal.
They can’t wait for Harry’s unlikely third-year breakthrough, at least in their offense. Harry, only 23 years old, was once an important organizer of Arizona State University. He has too many talents to arouse people’s interest. For the Patriots, he is the latest outside player to be selected because he is not suitable for their demanding plan.