Harry, 24, injured his ankle on Saturday and is “awaiting further evaluation,” according to Fowler. Bears head coach Matt Eberflus was not scheduled to speak to the media until Tuesday, per Pro Football Talk.
The Bears traded a 2023 seventh-round pick to acquire Harry from the New England Patriots. He played in 33 games over three years and had 57 receptions for 598 receiving yards and four touchdowns. During the 2021 preseason, he suffered a left shoulder injury and missed three games.
Hunt report calls for business; Browns have fallen
The group rejected this request. Cabot reported.
Hunt, who turned 27 on Saturday, participated in individual drills during training camp. But he reportedly skipped team practice Saturday for the second day in a row when he wants a contract extension. He was already fully involved. The Browns are punishing the running back for the sixth year in a row for skipped practices, according to reports.
On Saturday, Cabot reported that Hunt He wanted to finish his work in Cleveland. He joined the club in 2019 after two seasons. Kansas City Chiefs. But now things have changed and Hunt is said to want to leave but the Browns have reportedly refused. He is in the second year of a two-year, $12 million contract and has played a minor role behind three-time Pro Bowl selection Nick Chubb.
Hunt led the league in yards as a rookie in 2017. Chiefs released him in 2018 after a video surfaced. Pushing the woman and kicking him on the ground Cleveland Hotel lobby. He signed a one-year, $1.1 million contract in 2019 and signed another one-year contract in 2020. A two-year contract followed.
The Ohio native rushed for 386 yards and scored five touchdowns over eight games in 2021. Calf and ankle injuries affected his playing time.