Early in the summer, Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry requested a trade through his agent. Obviously, it didn't happen and he remained with the team -- and still is after starting the season on injured reserve.
With the trade deadline set for Nov. 2, could he possibly be traded?
“If there is value it would be not a lot," NFL Media's Ian Rapoport said on Gresh & Keefe Thursday. "It would be a pick-swap or a late seventh. I wouldn’t rule it out. I mean, there are some teams that need playmakers. I think one of the teams that was rumored with N’Keal Harry was the Lions. They don’t have a lot of receivers at all. Could those maybe kick-start again? I mean, maybe.
“In my history, knowing Bill Belichick, when a player has asked for a trade or demanded a trade sometimes it happens, but not always. Sometimes it’s kind of like, ‘Yeah, yeah.’ Because honestly, what are you getting anyway?”
In three games this season, Harry has two receptions for 19 yards.