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Let’s imagine alternate realities where Percy Harvin is a Bronco. Or a Colt. Or a Brown. Those all sound pretty enticing — too bad no one bit, except the Jets.
Yup, you read that right. Apparently, the former Seahawks receiving tandem got in an altercation before the Super Bowl that resulted in a black eye for Golden Tate.
One minute you’re rolling along, thinking Friday is just about over with — the next minute, BLAM, football-world shattering (or shaking, or at least vibrating) trade.
Larry Fitzgerald took a back seat to Michael Floyd as the Cardinals’ number one receiver during Monday night’s game. It’s clear that Floyd has taken the reins as Arizona’s top receiver away from Fitzgerald.
Oh, Percy Harvin is injured? You don’t say. What are the finer details of Harvin’s injury, and what does it mean for his fantasy outlook? Mark “Dr. Roto” Bloom provides comprehensive insights on Harvin’s latest health problem.
According to widespread published reports, the Vikings and Seahawks have agreed to a trade that would send wide receiver Percy Harvin to Seattle in exchange for draft choices. The deal cannot be officially announced until Tuesday, when the new NFL year begins. It is surmised that Seattle will send multiple picks to Minnesota, very possibly including their first rounder in 2013, the 25th choice overall. What does it mean in fantasy football terms? Scott Engel of RotoExperts breaks it down after the jump.
Percy Harvin is a Seattle Seahawk. The initial fan reactions were Viking tears and Seahawk jubilation, but should that be the case?