|Chance of Injury in 2020:||0%|
|Chance of Injury per Game:||0%|
|Projected Games missed for 2020:||0.0|
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.
|This player has no recorded injuries|