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Old 03-08-2013, 04:35 AM  
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Percy Harvin is hitting the vaporizer

Percy Harvin - WR - Vikings
According to Yahoo Sports' Jason Cole, Percy Harvin is targeting a deal in the range of Calvin Johnson's as opposed to Dwayne Bowe or Vincent Jackson.
Harvin considers himself a "special" player and reportedly wants $16.5 annually, which would put him right behind Megatron ($18.8M average) and ahead of Larry Fitzgerald ($16.06M). Bowe and Jackson, the NFL's third and fourth highest-paid wideouts, collect $11.2M and $11.1M per year, respectively. Per Cole, Harvin "threatened to walk out on the team" last offseason after hearing the Patriots gave Aaron Hernandez a contract extension after only two NFL seasons. "[The Vikings are] in a tough spot," one source told Cole. "If you don't take some aggressive action, this could get really bad." Harvin seems 50:50 to be a Viking in 2013.


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Old 03-11-2013, 12:10 PM   #91
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Seattle sends this years first round pick and a 7th rounder as well as a mid-round pick next year for Harvin. Win-win for both teams



HOLY SHIT
Yup, that's what I expected.

Nevermind my above post.
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Old 03-11-2013, 12:10 PM   #92
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If they get him for a 3rd then we I am going to SERIOUSLY doubt that we gave a second for Alex Smith.
We did.

Seriously.

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Old 03-11-2013, 12:18 PM   #93
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Seattle sends this years first round pick and a 7th rounder as well as a mid-round pick next year for Harvin. Win-win for both teams



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That's not a bad trade at all.
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Old 03-11-2013, 01:32 PM   #97
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Free-agent Musings: Percy Harvin not the player you think
By Pete Prisco | Senior NFL Columnist
March 11, 2013 2:53 pm ET

When news broke that the Minnesota Vikings were trading Percy Harvin to the Seattle Seahawks, one of the first things I heard was how he gives Seattle a stretch-the-field weapon.

Really?

That's not who Harvin is as a player -- despite having blazing speed. He is a slot receiver, a good one when he's on the field, but he is not a stretch-the-field player. Look at his career numbers.

In his four seasons, Harvin has eight catches of 40 yards or more and 49 of 20 yards or more. In those same four seasons, New England's Wes Welker has 53 20-plus catches and 10 40-plus catches. Victor Cruz of the Giants has 39 20-plus catches and 16 40-plus catches in two seasons.

The Harvin backers will point to the poor quarterback play in Minnesota as a reason. But when he played with Brett Favre, the year the Vikings went to the NFC Championship Game, he had 13 20-plus catches and three 40-plus catches.

When you put on the tape of Harvin, you see a gifted athlete who is good at running crossing routes, can catch the quick screens, can take handoffs out of the backfield and is tough in the open field.

What you don't see is a vertical threat. There are also times he seems to loaf running his routes like a certain former Vikings receiver named Randy Moss.

Forget dealing with him from an off-the-field standpoint. That's an issue for Pete Carroll to handle now.

As far as on the field, I think the Seahawks would have been better off waiting to draft West Virginia's Tavon Austin in the first round or maybe another of the many slot receivers in this draft in the second round.

Harvin just isn't the deep threat many think he can be.

One more thing about Harvin: If you can anger Vikings coach Leslie Frazier, you have to be a jerk.

-- Trade-and-pay deals like this are risky. The Seahawks not only give up picks but will be giving Harvin a long-term contract that is sure to be huge. Here's the thing about draft picks: They are cheap labor. That matters.

-- The Vikings love the potential of Jarius Wright as a deep threat, but now they need to get a veteran receiver and maybe draft one early in April. Wright had two 40-yard catches in limited time last season for the Vikings.

-- The early talk coming from agents is that there are not a lot of big-money offers being bandied about. Why? Teams know they can wait and pick off this deep free-agent class on the cheap. With so many teams having cap issues, don't look for a lot of big-money deals. Low-ball is the phrase of choice for this free-agency period.

-- Why would a team trade for Jets corner Darrelle Revis without seeing him play a down again? That's just stupidity. Who knows if he can be the same guy? It's just an assumption to say he will be. Coming back from an ACL is risky, even if Adrian Peterson made it look easy last year.

-- Now that the Redskins have released corner DeAngelo Hall, here's a question: Who plays there for them in 2013? Hall had a big cap hit at $7.5 million, but the Redskins have nothing left on the outside to match up. It seems like it's all about the offense for the Redskins. That shouldn't be surprising. Mike Shanahan is the head coach and son Kyle Shanahan is the offensive coordinator. May as well make it look good for junior. I feel for the defensive coaches.
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Old 03-11-2013, 01:38 PM   #98
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Late 1st rounder?



I just don't know.
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Old 03-11-2013, 01:41 PM   #99
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I just don't know.
and a mid rounder next year...I see a lot of Vikes games up here in SD...No way am I paying that price for a slot reciever who is a bit of a trouble maker and misses practice/games due to migraines.

Bad deal, imo.
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Old 03-11-2013, 01:51 PM   #100
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Old 03-11-2013, 01:52 PM   #101
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Also, unless the Vikes get in the Mike Wallace sweepstakes, AD may die on the field.
He's pretty much a lock to go to the Dolphins.
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Still better than the Alex Smith trade.
I'd MUCH rather trade our 2nd rounder for Harvin than Alex ****ing Smith.
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and a mid rounder next year...I see a lot of Vikes games up here in SD...No way am I paying that price for a slot reciever who is a bit of a trouble maker and misses practice/games due to migraines.

Bad deal, imo.
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I just don't know.
You do realize the entire 1st round this year is just to get to the 2nd round right? You obviously don't realize how much talent is going to be sitting there in the 2nd. It's criminal. I bet they were thinking of drafting a WR in the first and decided to get Percy instead. This is in no way, shape, or form a bad deal. Unless you're a True Fan.
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Old 03-11-2013, 02:01 PM   #104
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They are going to have to pay the man. A lot. Only time will tell is this is a good deal or not.
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You do realize the entire 1st round this year is just to get to the 2nd round right? You obviously don't realize how much talent is going to be sitting there in the 2nd. It's criminal. I bet they were thinking of drafting a WR in the first and decided to get Percy instead. This is in no way, shape, or form a bad deal. Unless you're a True Fan.
When Percy asks for a gazillion and then doesn't show for the playoffs due to headaches get back to me.

Seattle should have drafted best WR possible.
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