Bill Belichick via OMF gives updates on N'Keal Harry, Isaiah Wynn

Ryan Hannable
November 12, 2019 - 8:43 am

The Patriots likely will get two first-round picks back on the field in the next few weeks.

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N'Keal Harry is looking to make his NFL debut after starting the season on injured reserve, being activated to the active roster before the Ravens game, but then not officially being active. Meanwhile, Isaiah Wynn can make his return from IR next week against the Cowboys. Wynn has been on IR with a foot injury since Week 3.

Appearing on Ordway, Merloni & Fauria Monday, Bill Belichick gave updates on both players.

The coach was first asked how Harry is looking in practice and if he will be active for Sunday's game.

“Good. Good," he said. "We’ll see how it goes relative to the game. N’Keal is working hard, he’s practicing well. So those are good things.”

A follow-up was asked relating to many reading into the comments about Harry from Tom Brady, who hasn't really said much about the rookie. Some have taken this as perhaps Brady hasn't liked what he's seen.

Belichick didn't want to get into any of that.

“Yeah, Christian (Fauria) asked the question — how’s he practicing? He’s practicing well. He’s improving every day. He’s working hard," he said. "What are we going to do this week? I don’t know. We haven’t made up the game plan yet. I don’t know what we’re going to do this week.”

As for Wynn, this is his second full week on the practice field.

"(He's doing) as much as he can," Belichick said.

The Patriots will take on the Eagles Sunday afternoon in Philadelphia.

Related: An Adam Vinatieri return to New England? No thanks.