Harry was the 1.01 in most rookie drafts, though occasionally he fell behind Oakland running back Josh Jacobs based on team needs and preference. Harry saw limited action in the preseason, playing in part of one game before injuring his hamstring and ending up on injured reserve. It was a move the Patriots could afford when the team's depth chart included Antonio Brown, Demaryius Thomas, Julian Edleman, Josh Gordon and Phillip Dorsett. Now, Brown and Thomas are no longer on the team and the other receivers have had varying injuries. The earliest Harry can return is in two weeks when the Patriots take on the Ravens. While it's been a disappointing season for dynasty teams that invested in Harry, he will have a chance to carve a role on a team desperately needing a fresh body and an infusion of talent at his position.
Contenders with Harry should feel out if any losing teams would be willing to part with a valuable player to invest in the young wideout's potential. But Harry shouldn't be moved for peanuts considering his draft pedigree.