N'Keal The Vikings waived Harry shortly before final roster cuts had to be made. However, the team has brought back the former first-round receiver.
According to a team release, Harry has joined the Minnesota Vikings' practice squad.
The Vikings dismissed Harry with an injury designation after he was hurt during pregame warmups for a preseason game.
The 25-year-old was released and never claimed by any team for their active roster or taxi squad.
The revelation on Monday means the Vikings can get back to using him as a draft pick and developing project.
Although Harry was drafted early in the first round, he failed to live up to expectations during his tenure with the Patriots.
The greatest season for the Arizona State alum was 2020, when he had 33 receptions for 309 yards and two scores.
However, his playing time was inconsistent in New England, and injuries have hampered his growth.
Last summer, Chicago made a trade to acquire Harry with the hopes that he could resurrect his career and provide the Bears with some potential in the receiving corps.
Harry's Bears debut was delayed by an injury, and he ended up playing in only seven games and making only seven receptions.