N’Keal Harry ruled out for rest of Patriots game against 49ers

Harry suffered a head injury at the end of the first quarter.

N'Keal Harry suffered a head injury in the first quarter of the Patriots' game against the 49ers.
N'Keal Harry suffered a head injury in the first quarter of the Patriots' game against the 49ers. –Maddie Meyer/Getty Image

An already thin Patriots receiving corps was stretched even thinner on Sunday.

Wide receiver N’Keal Harry is out for the remainder of Sunday’s game due to a head injury. On the final play of the first quarter, Cam Newton threw Harry a pass over the middle to try and pick up a first down on third and 8.

Harry dropped the ball when 49ers cornerback Tarvarius Moore hit him, forcing fourth down. The Patriots ended up with a field goal on the possession.

Harry went back to the locker room after being evaluated in the blue tent on the Patriots’ sideline. He will not return.

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Earlier in the game, Harry caught a pass for six yards. For the season, the second-year receiver has 19 catches for 172 yards.

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