“Everything that’s going on off the field, that’s really not my focus at all,” Harry said Sunday after Day 10 of training camp. “Like I said, I’m focused on becoming a better football player each day, and whatever happens, off the field, happens. I’m not going to worry about that right now.”
It serves as the second time Harry has been asked about the request since camp started. At the time, the third-year wideout said he was “very OK” with being a Patriot.
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick also has been asked about Harry’s trade request. Belichick expressed how he and Harry had a “good conversation” and have a “good relationship.”
It’s yet to be determined if Harry will be granted that request before the 2021 campaign starts, but given his production this summer the former first-round could be playing himself into a bigger role with the Patriots, or a better trade return.