In a bid to bolster their roster ahead of the upcoming training camp, the Dallas Cowboys conducted workouts for seven free agents on Monday, including former New England Patriots’ first-round pick wide receiver N’Keal Harry.
Alongside Harry, the Cowboys also evaluated wide receivers Tyron Johnson and Lynn Bowden, quarterbacks Bryce Perkins and Jacob Eason, as well as cornerbacks Jordan Miller and Thakarius Keyes.
N’Keal Harry, who was selected as the 32nd overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, spent three seasons with the Patriots before being traded to the Chicago Bears prior to the start of last season.
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Despite his potential, Harry’s time in the league has been marked by inconsistencies and limited production. In the 2022 season, he made appearances in nine games, tallying seven receptions for 116 yards and one touchdown.
Throughout his four-year career, Harry has failed to surpass 309 receiving yards in a single season, accumulating a total of 64 catches for 714 yards and five touchdowns in 40 career games.
If the Dallas Cowboys decide to sign N’Keal Harry, he would likely serve as an additional depth option at the wide receiver position, rather than a prominent playmaker.
The team already boasts a talented receiving corps led by wideouts CeeDee Lamb, Brandin Cooks and Michael Gallup.
Wide receiver Tyron Johnson, who impressed the team during the workout, was subsequently signed to fill the spot left vacant by the departure of Antonio Callaway on the 90-player roster who was recently arrested.
As the Dallas Cowboys continue their preparations for the upcoming season, these workouts serve as a reminder of the team’s commitment to exploring available talent and ensuring that they have a competitive roster as they aim to make a deep playoff run.