Tedy Bruschi offered his take on N’Keal Harry: During the Patriots-Ravens game on Sunday night, one player was conspicuously absent: wide receiver N’Keal Harry. The Patriots’ 2019 first-round pick hasn’t played in the regular season, but was expected to make his NFL debut in Baltimore.

Instead, Harry — who missed the first eight games of the season on injured reserve with an ankle issue — was a healthy scratch from the team’s active lineup. It was a move that raised questions about the Patriots’ plan for the talented receiver.

After all, Harry plays a position where the Patriots need depth. Julian Edelman and Mohamed Sanu both played every offensive snap against the Ravens, and Phillip Dorsett only missed one.