Percy Harvin Trade RumorsUp to the minute news and rumors on Percy Harvin's trade
You can't dominate the compensatory market every year. As expected, the New York Jets weren't awarded any compensatory draft picks for 2015, the NFL announced Monday night. Barring a trade, they will go into the April 30 draft with five draft choices -- one pick in each of the first four rounds, plus a seventh-round choice. They traded their fifth-round pick for Brandon Marshall and the sixth-rounder went to the Seattle Seahawks to complete the Percy Harvin trade from last October.
Jason La Canfora discusses all the losses the Patriots' roster has suffered this offseason and why C.J. Spiller and Percy Harvin could be good fits for New England.
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The Jets cleared room for the latest wide receiver they traded for by dumping the last one they traded for. The team released Percy Harvin five months after they acquired...
This likely means the end of Percy Harvin's time with the Jets.
It already seemed likely, and now it seems almost certain that the Seahawks will receive a sixth-round pick as opposed to a fourth-rounder from the Jets to complete he midseason trade that sent wide receiver Percy Harvin to New York.
A few takeaways on the New York Jets' reported agreement to acquire wide receiver Brandon Marshall from the Chicago Bears: 1. The Jets are replacing one pain in the butt (Percy Harvin) with another, but the trade makes sense because Marshall is more talented than Harvin -- and he'll cost less, too. Marshall has three years, $24.3 million left on his contract, including $7.7 million this season. Harvin has four years, $41.5 million left on his deal, including a non-guaranteed $10.
The New England Patriots are expected to pursue star wide receiver Percy Harvin.