Friday update: N’Keal Harry got in one more limited workout and is listed as questionable for Week 10 as he works through the concussion protocol.
Thursday update: Harry was once again listed as limited on the practice report for Thursday. He remains trending in the right direction, but still has to fully clear the concussion protocol.
New England Patriots second-year wide receiver N’Keal Harry was limited at practice on Wednesday as he works his way back from a concussion. He was listed as a DNP over the last two weeks, so this is a big step forward for him. The former Arizona State Sun Devil standout suffered the head injury back in Week 7 against the San Francisco 49ers.
With Harry being out along with Julian Edelman over the last few weeks, second-year wide receiver Jakobi Meyers has stepped up. Meyers has become quarterback Cam Newton’s favorite target on the perimeter, recording 22 receptions (30 targets) for 287 yards. Against the New York Jets on Monday, the 24-year-old wide receiver had a breakout performance, accumulating 12 receptions (14 targets) for 169 yards.
Along with Meyers, veteran wide receiver Damiere Byrd has created some big play opportunities for the Patriots’ offense. He had his third-best performance this season with five receptions (nine targets) for 69 yards against the Jets. Nevertheless, if Harry is cleared to play on Sunday night, it would help out their offense against a stout Ravens’ defense.