Chicago Bears: 3 realistic trade packages for N’Keal Harry
By Ryan Heckman
The Chicago Bears could deal a wideout and a pick for N’Keal Harry
In this second scenario, the Bears would again trade a wide receiver to New England. Except for this time, it’s someone a little lower on the depth chart.
Former seventh-round pick Javon Wims is going to be in a battle this summer. The Bears added plenty of talent at wide receiver this offseason, both through the draft and free agency. Not having gotten on the field as much as he’d like, he may thrive in a new environment if given a bit more snaps.
Wims faces an uphill battle in Chicago but might have a better shot at making the Patriots’ roster since they seem to have more slot types than they do outside threats. Wims definitely fits that outside mold, boasting a big body and the ability to make huge catches from time to time — just as he did all throughout his time at Georgia.
Along with Wims, the Bears would trade a conditional sixth-round pick. Those conditions likely wouldn’t be too strict, but maybe something such as topping 35 receptions over the 2021 season would be fair. In 2020 with New England, N’Keal Harry notched 33 receptions. If he was to do that at minimum, a sixth-round pick wouldn’t be too much to give up.