N'Keal Harry started the season on I.R. after the Chicago Bears traded a seventh-round pick to acquire him from the New England Patriots, but Bears fans will finally get their first look at the new addition to the receiver room in Week 6.
Harry was activated on Oct. 10, and he carries no injury designation for Thursday Night Football against the Washington Commanders.
A 2019 first-round draft pick, Harry was largely a bust with the Patriots. That's a franchise notorious for struggling to develop wide receivers, though, leaving plenty of room for optimism that Harry's talent could shine in a better environment.
Harry caught 57 passes for 598 yards across 33 games in three seasons before being granted his trade request from New England.
The Bears' wide receiver depth chart isn't exactly loaded, and while Harry obviously isn't a threat to overtake Darnell Mooney, we could certainly see him cut into Dante Pettis and Equanimeous St. Brown's workloads.
FanDuel Sportsbook's NFL odds have Harry and the Bears as slight 1-point home favorites over Washington.
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