Vikings Reunite With Former 1st-Round Pick

The Minnesota Vikings released N'Keal Harry before the season started.

The Vikings signed Harry to the practice squad on September 4, releasing center Alan Ali to make room for him.

Harry had a great training camp until he got a minor injury during warmups for the Vikings' preseason game against the Titans on August 19.

He was released on August 24 before the final preseason game due to his inability to play.

Harry, drafted by the Patriots in 2019, has had 64 receptions, 714 yards, and five touchdowns in his time with the Patriots and Bears.

Harry, a 6-foot-4 wide receiver for the Vikings, showcased his skills in making contested catches and being a reliable red-zone weapon during the summer.

Despite his injury, he deserved another week of evaluation for the final roster, even though his chances were slim.

Justin Jefferson, K.J. Osborn, Jordan Addison, Jalen Nailor, and Brandon Powell are the receivers on the 53-man roster.

During roster cuts, the NFL teams reduce their training camp roster and evaluate new free agents. They also form a practice squad roster.

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