MIAMI GARDENS, FL – DECEMBER 20: N’Keal Harry #15 of the New England Patriots takes the field before the game against the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium on December 20, 2020 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images)

After three years in New England, former first-round pick N’Keal Harry was looking for a fresh start with the Bears.

But after seemingly struggling at the start of camp, Harry might now have another hurdle to clear.

By ESPN Jeremy Fowler“Bears wide receiver N’Keal Harry has suffered an ankle injury that appears serious, but is awaiting further evaluation and hopes for the best, … He suffered the injury on Saturday.”

The NFL world reacted to Harry’s unfortunate injury over the weekend.

“More info on N’Keal Harry…” launched a former radio host. “That doesn’t sound good. We’ll wait longer.”

“I wonder if it’s a trimalleolar fracture,” said a physical therapist. “If so, 8-12 weeks is the general timeline. Normally a fracture is better than a ligament injury, but if trimalleolar, there are three broken bones AND a ligament injury. Hopefully it’s not not the case.”

“Bears can’t take a break,” replied another.

“Another tough break for Harry. And it always seems to happen during camp,” NESN’s Dakota Randall tweeted.

“Oh man, that would suck for Harry. Trying to resurrect his career, with a good chance of making the roster and getting some real shots in Chicago. Hopefully severe just means max puppies for the first 6 weeks and the potential to dodge it all together,” one fan said. “Rough.”

Hoping Harry’s injury isn’t as bad as it looks. But a point on its status should be proposed in the coming days.