Report: N'Keal Harry's injury 'not believed to be significant'

The injury that took N'Keal Harry away from the preseason opener is not believed to be significant, according to a report.

After corralling his second catch of the game, New England Patriots rookie wideout N'Keal Harry limped his way to the huddle and then to the sideline during the Patriots' preseason opener vs. the Detroit Lions. Though he did not return to the game, the injury is not believed to be significant, according to The Boston Herald's Kevin Duffy. Duffy also stated that Harry will likely miss some practice time, but he is not in jeopardy of missing Week 1 of the regular season. 

This is good news. The first round pick had suffered a hamstring tweak in training camp, which could be what he re-injured during Week 1 of the preseason. Either way, it's good to see that the rookie wideout will be available on opening day for New England. 

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Alex Valles
Alex Valles

Won't expect to see much of him in the second preseason game against the Titans

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