N'Keal Harry is still finding ways to get his work in.

The New England Patriots wide receiver has been working out in the Houston area with NFL trainer Rischad Whitfield (@footwork_king1) and Justin Allen, the brother of former Patriots tight end Dwayne Allen, according to CLNS Media's Evan Lazar.

Whitfield has worked with several NFL stars, including Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., ex-Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown and Arizona Cardinals receiver DeAndre Hopkins.

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Here's Whitfield coaching up Harry in a pair of recent Twitter and Instagram posts:

Allen also is popular among athlete circles with a client list that includes Houston Texans wide receiver Kenny Stills, Baltimore Ravens safety Earl Thomas and even Houston Rockets star James Harden.

Here's a recent video of Harry working out in Houston, via NFL prospect-turned-trainer Bruce Thompson:

It appears Harry has since returned to Phoenix, though, as the 22-year-old posted an Instagram story updated from his hometown Monday night.

Harry hasn't been able to work with his Patriots teammates (that we know of) with team facilities closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but it looks like he's still staying sharp.


That's good news for Patriots fans, as a lot will be riding on the second-year wideout in 2020. Julian Edelman and Mohamed Sanu are the only returning receivers with more than one year of NFL experience, so Harry and fellow 2019 rookie Jakobi Meyers will need to step up as quality targets for quarterback Jarrett Stidham with Tom Brady now out of the picture.