N’Keal Harry is back.
Last week, N’Keal Harry‘s time in Minnesota was short-lived after the team released him from the roster.
Harry signed last month in his latest attempt to find a long-term NFL home. His stay will continue now after the Vikings decided to bring him back, but to their practice squad
Harry began his career with the Patriots in 2019, but he was unable to live up to expectations. The No. 32 pick in that year’s class made just 57 catches across three seasons in New England.
His underwhelming production resulted in a trade to Chicago with the Bears taking a chance on him. The Arizona State product was limited to seven games with the Bears, however, and he made the same number of catches.
Harry played in Minnesota’s preseason opener at Seattle, catching two passes for 24 yards with a long of 19 yards against the Seattle Seahawks.
A lower-body injury suffered in warmups before the Vikings’ last preseason game resulted in Harry’s contract being terminated. Recovery from the ailment will be needed for the 25-year-old to find a spot later on the active roster. That is still a big if on if he can make it there for the 2023 season.
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