Clay Harbor TE JAC 10 Months

Jaguars TE Clay Harbor caught two passes for 29 yards in Sunday's Week 6 loss to the Broncos.

Harbor was Jacksonville's primary pass-catching tight end Sunday with Marcedes Lewis and Allen Reisner injured. He has no re-draft fantasy value.

Clay Harbor TE JAC 11 Months

Clay Harbor caught three passes for 34 yards and a touchdown in Jacksonville's Week 2 loss to the Raiders.

Ahead of Allen Reisner on the depth chart in Marcedes Lewis' (calf) absence, Harbor's score is the Jaguars' only touchdown of the season to date. It could easily end up his last of the year. He's not on the fantasy radar.

Clay Harbor TE JAC 11 Months

Jaguars claimed TE Clay Harbor off waivers from the Eagles.

Along with D.J. Williams, Harbor is the second tight end the Jaguars have claimed this weekend. A 2010 fourth-rounder, Harbor has talent to spare, but has been thwarted by a shaky pair of hands. He's also a poor route runner. Harbor spent time at receiver this summer, and could get a look there in Jacksonville. He's not going to open the season with a role on offense.

Clay Harbor TE JAC 11 Months

Eagles waived TE Clay Harbor.

Harbor received plenty of looks at receiver this preseason but didn't show enough consistency. He caught four balls for 64 yards in exhibition play. Harbor has a ton of talent, but untimely drops did him in. The former fourth-rounder has 47 catches for 421 yards and four touchdowns through three seasons. Harbor has one year left on his rookie deal. He could get a look on the waiver wire.

Clay Harbor TE JAC 12 Months

Clay Harbor confirmed he's been moved to wide receiver.

Harbor was buried as the fourth-string tight end. With the Eagles now desperate at wideout, they'll give the 6'3/250-pounder a shot at lining up out wide. We wouldn't expect much success. Although Harbor has good athleticism, he's extremely limited as a route-runner. Harbor has just 47 catches for 421 yards with four touchdowns in his three-year career.

Clay Harbor TE JAC 12 Months

Eagles TE Clay Harbor lined up at receiver in Sunday's practice.

It at least makes more sense than Harbor at linebacker. Harbor is buried on the tight end depth chart, while the Eagles are short on healthy wideouts. In theory, it could boost Harbor's chances of keeping his roster spot, but that ship has likely sailed regardless.

Clay Harbor TE JAC Jul 09 '13

CSN Philly believes "it looks like a stretch," for tight end Clay Harbor to return for his fourth season with the Eagles.

Harbor is buried on the depth chart behind Brent Celek, James Casey and rookie Zach Ertz, making him likely to be cut if the Eagles can't trade him. The tight end has been mentioned as a possible target of the Patriots to replace Aaron Hernandez, but we believe they can fetch a more talented player than Harbor via trade.

Clay Harbor TE JAC Jul 04 '13

The Philadelphia Daily News suggests TE Clay Harbor as a possible target for the Patriots.

A chronic underachiever since the Eagles drafted him in 2010, Harbor could likely be had for a sixth- or seventh-round pick. He's behind Brent Celek, James Casey and rookie Zach Ertz on the Eagles' depth chart. Harbor is versatile and athletic enough to play a little flex tight end for the Pats, but he's far from their answer as they scramble to replace Aaron Hernandez. Chiefs TE Tony Moeaki, another possible trade target for New England, has more natural talent.

Clay Harbor TE JAC May 20 '13

Eagles TE Clay Harbor is not switching positions despite spending one day at outside linebacker in OTAs.

"I'm a tight end, and for emergency situations, and just versatility purposes, for me, I'm learning (outside linebacker)," Harbor said Saturday. "Something happens to where you need an outside linebacker, it would be good to know some. Coaches talked to me, 'Would you mind learning a little bit of linebacker, just in case?'" Harbor did go on to admit the Eagles have a "lot" of tight ends, and that "there's a good chance that I might not be here." A three-year veteran going on 26, Harbor's NFL future should remain at tight end.

Clay Harbor TE JAC May 16 '13

The Eagles are "temporarily" moving TE Clay Harbor to outside linebacker.

It doesn't sound like a permanent move, but the Eagles obviously don't think highly enough of Harbor to let him work on learning the new offense. The 2010 fourth-round pick has been an underachiever since entering the league, and he's entering the final year of his rookie contract. Harbor is clearly the odd man out at tight end after the additions of Zach Ertz and James Casey.