Washington Isn't Done Acquiring Offensive Weapons Yet
The Washington Football Team has had a solid offseason thus far, and additions on the offensive side of the ball are headlined by wide receiver Curtis Samuel and quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. However, Washington may not be done adding to their offense prior to the draft.
It's being reported that the team is "monitoring" the availability of Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry.
The former first-round pick has been viewed as a bust so far, totaling just over 400 receiving yards in his first two seasons. While it's not know what it would cost to acquire Harry from the Patriots, a fourth-round pick is an estimated range mentioned.
Harry would, at this point, be nothing more than a flyer for Washington, and he would most likely sit fourth on Washington's receiver pecking order.
But if you're going to take a flyer on anyone, a first-round talent that can be had for a mid-round pick is a good place to start.
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