Bears WR N’Kill Harry stays out as team evaluates injury severity

The Bears’ former first-round pickn’kill were shattered hopes for Harry to resume his career and emerge as one of their top wide receivers. After skipping practice on Saturday with a left ankle injury, Harry was ruled out on Sunday.

He was hurt so badly that he needed help getting off the field, and the team is evaluating how serious it is.

Harry, still just 24, dropped out with the Patriots in three seasons, when they took him out of Arizona State in 2019 for 32nd overall. His best season was 2020, when he caught 33 passes for 309 yards and two touchdowns.

Nonetheless, the Bears were attracted by his size (6-foot-4, 225 pounds) and the talent that made him a two-time 1,000-yard receiver in college. It was worth dropping the 2024 seventh-round pick – especially for a team that’s starved of the position.

Harry has been one of many receivers who could be behind Darnell Mooney for the No. 2 spot in the pecking order and has been good in training camp.

“I mean he’s an impressive guy [physically]But I’m even more impressed by his mindset,” offensive coordinator Luke Gettysaid. “He came here with a purpose. to be here [a short time] And grab that playbook and as far as it already is, I’m pretty impressed.

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