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    Re: Percy Harvin asks Minnesota to trade him.



    Quote Originally Posted by dandrews View Post
    Oh yeah me too. But Jacoby doesn't cost a 1st or 2nd round draft pick.

    With Harvin's migraines, I think he's fine. He's always going to have them, but he went all of last season without any issue. Obviously a good sign.
    Yea, he hasn't had a migraine since Brad Childress left.
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    Re: Percy Harvin asks Minnesota to trade him.

    Quote Originally Posted by dandrews View Post
    Oh yeah me too. But Jacoby doesn't cost a 1st or 2nd round draft pick.

    With Harvin's migraines, I think he's fine. He's always going to have them, but he went all of last season without any issue. Obviously a good sign.
    I know he had some sort of neck procedure that helped his migraines. I still wouldn't give him anything close to that $50 million contract he wants with that history. Everyone is getting very serious about head injuries. It's just too much of a risk for that kind of money. If he would play out his rookie deal then it wouldn't be a problem but that's why he wants a trade. With the cap not expected to grow we really need to be smart on how to allocate the space we have.
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    Re: Percy Harvin asks Minnesota to trade him.

    He's one of the few players that , when healthy, I wouldn't mind hearing the chatter about. A healthy Percy Harvin across from Torrey Smith, can you say explosive.

    But Harvin, for the money he is probably seeking, is never healthy enough to be worth it.




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    Re: Percy Harvin asks Minnesota to trade him.

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    He's a pretty dynamic player.

    I don't think he'd be a good fit in Baltimore (at least in Cam's offense).
    He's a pretty dynamic injury waiting to happen is what he is.
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    Re: Percy Harvin asks Minnesota to trade him.

    He says it's not about a contract, so what is it about?

    He's a pretty dynamic player in the slot/ return / RB type situation. But they're not likely to trade him.
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    Re: Percy Harvin asks Minnesota to trade him.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    He says it's not about a contract, so what is it about?

    He's a pretty dynamic player in the slot/ return / RB type situation. But they're not likely to trade him.
    If it's not about the contract then why did he ask for a new one earlier this offseason?
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    Re: Percy Harvin asks Minnesota to trade him.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    He says it's not about a contract, so what is it about?
    GOTA : If it's not about the contract then why did he ask for a new one earlier this offseason?


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    Re: Percy Harvin asks Minnesota to trade him.

    I think Harvin knows that his medical history is going to make teams leery about paying him big money so he's trying to push the issue before something really serious happens.
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    Re: Percy Harvin asks Minnesota to trade him.

    It's definitely about the money, but many are theorizing that it has to do with the offense as well. He wasn't used that much at all last year and now that they drafted Greg Childs and signed Jerome Simpson it's likely that Harvin could see his snaps limited again.
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    Re: Percy Harvin asks Minnesota to trade him.

    He has the same agent as CJ so if it's a contract dispute, wouldn't he be holding out? worked damn well for CJ...

    If he's at camp, he has zero leverage
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    Re: Percy Harvin asks Minnesota to trade him.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    He has the same agent as CJ so if it's a contract dispute, wouldn't he be holding out? worked damn well for CJ...

    If he's at camp, he has zero leverage
    We'll see if it comes to that. Asking for a trade is the first shot across the bow. The Vikings addressed by saying that won't happen. Now we'll see how Harvin responds.
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