It’s a move that could jumpstart his career because he hasn’t done much during his time with the New England Patriots.
Despite being selected in the first round, Harry tallied just 598 yards and four touchdowns in three seasons with the squad.
His poor performance adds to the Patriots’ inability to find an elite wide receiver through the draft.
He downright underperformed because he came off consecutive 1,000-yard seasons at Arizona State before entering the draft.
Unfortunately, he will be continually compared to the other wideouts selected after him like D.K. Metcalf, Deebo Samuel, Terry McLaurin, Mecole Hardman, Diontae Johnson, Hunter Renfrow, and A.J. Brown.
Hopefully, he will have a fresh start in Chicago and show the potential that made him a first-round pick.
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— Keal (@NkealHarry15) July 13, 2022
Bears fans hope that it’s not late for Harry to turn things around.
If he does turn out to be a Pro Bowler or an All-Pro like those selected after him, Chicago could snap their postseason win drought which stretches from 2010 to the present.
He could also help Justin Fields blossom by living up to his potential.
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Robert Quinn will also be their anchor on defense.
Still, the Bears are more of a dark-horse team because it’s uncertain how they are going to perform.
Their loyal fans hope that new head coach Matt Eberflus could help turn things around and bring them back to relevance.NEXT: Matt Nagy Ruined A Potentially Golden Age Of Bears Football