|2019||New England Patriots||7||5||12||105||8.8||18||2||5||49||9.8||18||0|
|2020||New England Patriots||14||9||33||309||9.4||30||2||2||0||0||2||0||1||1|
|2021||New England Patriots||12||4||12||184||15.3||43||0||1||1|
- Enters his fourth season in the NFL and first with the Bears in 2022
- Selected with the 32nd overall pick in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots
- Has played in 33 career games with 18 starts, recording 57 receptions for 598 yards and four touchdowns
2021 SEASON (Patriots):
- Played in 12 regular season games with four starts and finished the season with 12 receptions for 184 yards
- Caught a 10-yard pass from Mac Jones in the third quarter in his first game of 2021 vs. Tampa Bay
- Rotated in at wide receiver at Houston. Had one catch for nine yards as well as a significant pass break-up of a nearly-intercepted pass by Mac Jones in the second half
- Made his first start of the season vs. Dallas
- Caught a 28-yard pass from QB Brian Hoyer in the fourth quarter vs. N.Y. Jets, setting up a 1-yard J.J. Taylor rushing touchdown
- Posted two receptions for 30 yards at L.A. Chargers, including a big 15-yard catch for a first down on the team's final offensive drive to help secure the victory
- Returned to action vs. Cleveland as a starter. Caught a 26-yard pass from Brian Hoyer in the fourth quarter. Played physical at the line of scrimmage against defensive end Myles Garrett, and paved the way for multiple rushes by Rhamondre Stevenson (20 carries, 100 yards)
- Reeled in two catches, one of which went for a career-long 43 yards at Indianapolis
- Appeared in the Patriots' post season contest at Buffalo
2020 SEASON (Patriots):
- Played in 14 games with nine starts and totaled 33 receptions for 309 yards and two touchdowns
- Started at wide receiver and totaled career highs with eight receptions for 72 yards at Seattle
- Caught three passes for 21 yards and a touchdown at Kansas City from QB Jarrett Stidham in the fourth quarter
- Started at wide receiver in the win at L.A. Chargers and registered two receptions for 15 yards and a touchdown from QB Cam Newton in the third quarter
2019 SEASON (Patriots):
- Appeared in seven regular season contests with five starts as a rookie, catching 12 passes for 105 yards and two touchdowns
- Also posted five rushing attempts for 49 yards .. Started at wide receiver in his first career playoff appearance and caught two passes for 21 yards while carrying the ball once for 7 yards in the AFC Wild Card Playoff vs. Tennessee
- Made his Patriots debut and hauled in three passes for 18 yards while also contributing on the punt return team in the win at Philadelphia
- Made his first career reception on an 11-yard pass from Tom Brady to gain a first down in the second quarter
- Made his first career start and caught one pass for a 10-yard touchdown in the win vs. Dallas. His first quarter touchdown was the first of his career and made him the 75th different player to catch a touchdown pass from Tom Brady, extending Brady's NFL record. Also lined up on special teams during punt return situations
- Started his third game of the season at wide receiver and made two receptions for 15 yards and one touchdown, along with carrying the ball for the first time in his career, registering two carries for 22 yards in the win at Cincinnati
- Caught two passes for 21 yards and rushed twice for 18 yards, including a career-long 18-yard scamper, in the win vs. Buffalo
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