Washington catcher Kelvin Harmon suffered an ACL tear in mid-June and will be absent from the 2020 season, which has left the team understaffed and has already been questioned.
Harmon said on Twitter that he had surgery on his right knee last week. He also said he injured his leg a month ago. Another source said that he was injured while working out in the Ashburn area to prepare for the training camp.
God makes me 🙏🏿 pic.twitter.com/odBTzwpeqB
-Kelvin Harmon (@_HarmonK) July 14, 2020
Harmon intends to compete for Terry McLaurin’s matchup. The team drafted the receiver Antonio Gandy Gordon in the fourth round of the draft in April. In Washington, Steven Sims returned to the slot machine. But it lacks proven depth, and the entire team will become one of the biggest question marks for Washington entering this season.
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Harmon is the sixth round of the 2019 draft. He has increased his size and height at 6 feet 2 inches (215 pounds). He is the best blocking passer in Washington because of his ability to break through tackles. More codes, so it is often used in the red area.
Last season, Harmon captured 30 passes at 365 yards, but did not score.