Veteran TE Clay Harbor Attempting Comeback

     

Veteran TE Clay Harbor tells Mike Kaye of NJ.com that he’s trying to make a comeback this year after sitting out the entire 2018 season. 

“I’m going to put everything into football for the next three months,” Harbor said, via Mike Kaye of NJ.com. “If I don’t get signed by the time training camp is over or around that time, then I’m going to move on and figure out what the next step of my life is going to be.”

According to Kaye, Harbor has been training in Chicago and catching passes from Northwestern QB Clayton Thorson.

Last we heard about Harbor, he worked out for the Bills last July. 

Harbor, 32, was taken in the fourth round of the 2010 NFL draft by the Eagles. He lasted three years in Philadelphia before signing on with the Jaguars in 2013.

Harbor later joined the Patriots in 2016 and had a brief stint with the Lions before the signed him to a one-year, $900,000 contract for the 2017 season. He was, unfortunately, placed him on the injured reserve list at the start of 2017 season and spent the entire year on the list. 

In 2016, Harbor appeared in three games for the Lions and recorded three receptions for 19 yards.

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