Sports Illustrated's Albert Breer reports Patriots head coach Bill Belichick ignored team scouts who wanted to draft A.J. Brown and Deebo Samuel over N'Keal Harry in the 2019 NFL Draft.
The revelation comes a week after Patriots owner Bob Kraft criticized the team's draft results. Belichick reportedly ignored his personnel department and went with Harry as the 32nd pick based on Harry’s performance during a non-workout visit and Belichick’s relationship with Harry’s college coach, Todd Graham. The rest is history: Harry has been a non-entity in the New England offense -- catching 45 passes for 414 yards in two seasons -- while Brown is among the league's most explosive wideouts and Samuel is an electric after-the-catch weapon and a staple of the 49ers offense. Breer said Kraft’s recent reference to a “different approach” to the NFL Draft indicates Belichick is now listening more to his personnel department. Apr 06 9:10 am (EST)
- ESPN's John Keim reports the Washington Football Team is "monitoring" N'Keal Harry's availability.
- NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports teams have had trade talks involving Patriots WR N'Keal Harry.
- N'Keal Harry caught both of his targets for 17 yards in New England's Week 17 win against the Jets. All N'Keal Harry News
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