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    Patriots WR Geno Harris uninjured in car accident

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    BOSTON, Massachusetts -- New England Patriots wide receiver Geno Harris was involved in a minor car accident on Wednesday but was not injured, his agent announced.


    Harris' agent said his car was rear-ended, and the rear bumper of Harris' car was knocked off. The car was then pushed into two cars stopped in front. Harris took some time with the first responders, signed the bumper, and gave it to the one of the policemen at the scene.


    "Geno is okay and was able to drive home," the agent said in a statement. "Appreciate everyone that has reached out to check on him."


    Geno Harris enjoyed talking to the first responders and his outlook for the season has improved. He has gained +1 locker room personality and hopes that he can give back to the community sometime during the pre-season.

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    Near death experience strikes again.


    Hope we get something akin to Watkins' camp with Harris.

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    Fucking Boston traffic I'm sure of it

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    Statement from the New England Patriots:



    We are thankful that Geno Harris came away uninjured from the accident. We are also very thankful to the emergency services that were on the scene of the accident. We have talked to Harris and the team will help him organize community events throughout the season. Our first will event will be during the first week of training camp. The Patriots and Geno Harris will host a fundraiser at Gillette Stadium for the Boston Emergency Services! We would like to first and foremost give back to the men and women who helped Harris today and who help the citizens of Boston everyday. With this fundraiser we hope the community can come help raise money for Boston Police and Fire Departments, as well as Emergency Medical Services. We also encourage everyone to come and help foster a better relationship between the community and the Emergency Services.

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