BOSTON (CBS) — The head injury suffered by N’Keal Harry Sunday was significant enough to keep him out of the final three quarters vs. the 49ers, and it was significant enough for the receiver to miss Wednesday’s practice.
Harry was not present during the portion of practice open to the media on Wednesday, likely an indication that he is in concussion protocol.READ MORE: Massachusetts Companies Starting To Announce Vaccination Requirements For Employees
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Harry suffered the injury on the final play of the first quarter on Sunday, absorbing a helmet-to-helmet hit from Tarvarius Moore.READ MORE: Worcester Father Carlos Betancourt Accused Of Swinging Knife, Then Baseball Bat At Teen Lifeguards
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Harry immediately was evaluated in the sideline medical tent before heading into the locker room. He did not return.MORE NEWS: AG Healey Sues Grubhub For Allegedly Charging Restaurants Illegally High Fees During Pandemic
The 22-year-old Harry has 19 receptions for 172 yards and a touchdown for the Patriots this season. A first-round pick (32nd overall) in 2019, Harry played in just seven games last year as a rookie.