Agent requests WR N’Keal Harry be traded by New England Patriots

Huge receiver N’Keal Harry’s agent mentioned in a statement Tuesday that he has formally requested the New England Patriots trade his client.

“For the past various months, I have been performing in cooperation with the Patriots powering the scenes to place a strategy in area to make it possible for N’Keal to prosper in New England. By two seasons, he has 86 targets, which naturally has not satisfied the expectations the Patriots and N’Keal experienced when they drafted a dominant downfield risk who was virtually unstoppable at the place of attack in higher education. Next quite a few conversations with the Patriots, I consider it is time for a contemporary start and ideal for both get-togethers if N’Keal moves on just before the start of education camp. That is why I have educated the Patriots currently I am formally requesting a trade on behalf of my client,” agent Jamal Tooson mentioned in the statement.

“N’Keal understands a vital ingredient to creation is opportunity. He will continue on to function tricky to establish and refine his craft just after missing a massive part of his rookie year to damage. His draft-day expectations for his NFL occupation have not changed. We are confident good results is just about the corner for him and will aggressively go after it.”

The Patriots chosen Harry with the 32nd over-all pick in the 2019 draft. Accidents restricted him to seven game titles in his rookie season, in which he caught twelve passes for one zero five yards and two touchdowns. Last season he experienced 33 receptions for 309 yards and two touchdowns in fourteen game titles.

The Patriots extra receivers Nelson Agholor and Kendrick Bourne in cost-free agency, pushing Harry even further down the team’s depth chart. He appears to be set to contend for the No. 4 or 5 position powering both all those gamers and Jakobi Meyers, who led the Patriots in receptions (59) and getting yards (729) previous season.

Also Tuesday, rookie quarterback Mac Jones, chosen 15th over-all by the Patriots in the 2021 draft, officially signed his four-year, $15.6 million agreement that also involves a fifth-year possibility.