Duron Harmon

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Chance of Injury in 2020: question mark 0%
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Projected Games missed for 2020: question mark 0.0

Duron Harmon Player Overview

Draft Sharks Bottom Line:

Harmon gets his 1st shot at a full-time starting gig at age 29 in his 8th NFL season. The Lions sent merely a 5th-round pick to New England for Harmon and a 7th. But they did so after shedding both FS starters within the past year. Detroit traded season-opening starter Quandre Diggs to the Seahawks early last season and have not re-signed S Tavon Wilson (who took over) since he hit free agency.

Harmon spent his first 4 years as a special-teamer and part-time defensive player and then the past 3 seasons as New England's 3rd safety. He finished each of those 3 years between 61% and 67% playing time. That number should be more like 90-95% this season. And Harmon steps into a role that afforded Diggs and Wilson a combined 86 solos and 33 assists in 2019.

We're not projecting Harmon for quite that much, but he's clearly in a good spot for tackle collection. And Harmon snagged 10 INTs over the past 3 years. He presents sneaky upside and should get acclimated quickly. Lions HC Matt Patricia was New England's DC when the Pats drafted Harmon.

Duron Harmon Injury History

Date League Injury Details
This player has no recorded injuries