Report: N’Keal Harry is likely worth a conditional 6th-rounder on trade market

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New England Patriots receiver N’Keal Harry, whose agent demanded a trade for his client this week, is likely to net a conditional sixth-round pick, according to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler.

Harry’s time with the Patriots has been a disappointment since Bill Belichick drafted the wideout at 32nd overall, the highest the coach has ever taken a player at that position in his Patriots’ tenure.

Harry finished the last two season with 45 catches, 414 yards and four touchdowns. No first- or second-round receiver from the 2019 draft class has fewer catches or receiving yards. Harry and Deebo Samuel are tied for fewest touchdowns, but Samuel has 90 catches for 1,193 yards.

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Harry is a part of a receiver group which includes recent free agent additions Nelson Agholor and Kendrick Bourne along with returners Jakobi Meyers, Gunner Olszewski, Isaiah Zuber and Kristian Wilkerson, among others.