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Old 02-11-2013, 07:31 PM    (permalink
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Harvin should fetch a late 1st without question.
Think about how many 1st rd draft picks turn into busts.
And how many turn into better than Harvin is.

He's Pro Bowl quality, and not old. New money will please the dude. Let him smoke all the weed he wants.
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A little nugget found from a Kevin Siefert blog on ESPN:
"In the ESPN Insider piece, Monson discussed the possibility of a second-round draft pick, the price for a player considered damaged goods. I agree with Monson's assessment on that price; it would be the steal of the decade in the NFL."
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I was looking over some of the teams which are looking for help at the receiver position, and the Miami Dolphins might be in position to make a move at WR, and Percy. They could select their top ranked receiver at 12 if they wanted.
As far as Percy, if really on the trading block, the Dolphins have an extra 2nd(from Colts), an extra 3rd(from Bears). Dolphins could offer the extra 2nd and 3rd for Percy and still have all their original picks.
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Realistically, All of us would jump for joy if our teams got Percy Harvin for a 2nd rnd pick.

But the real GM's will not go into a bidding war when they know they got to pay this guy too with his antics.
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I'd say a 1st and a 3rd, at least. People seem to forget how good he is. Few make as much impact on the game.
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I was looking over some of the teams which are looking for help at the receiver position, and the Miami Dolphins might be in position to make a move at WR, and Percy. They could select their top ranked receiver at 12 if they wanted.
As far as Percy, if really on the trading block, the Dolphins have an extra 2nd(from Colts), an extra 3rd(from Bears). Dolphins could offer the extra 2nd and 3rd for Percy and still have all their original picks.
They traded Brandon Marshall for a lot of the same reasons the Vikes are trading Harvin, they aren't going to go down the same path again. Philbin doesn't want players like Harvin. He would rather sign Jennings and draft Patterson at 12 then trade for Harvin.
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3rd rounder, 5 yr $45 million extension. Book it.
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3rd rounder, 5 yr $45 million extension. Book it.
That sounds like a steal. He must have given up money to go to a contender (or got a fully guaranteed deal...)

I think you have the round right, but the price wrong. More like 5 years 55 million.
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I'd say a 1st and a 3rd, at least. People seem to forget how good he is. Few make as much impact on the game.
1st and a 3rd for a receiver threatening to hold out? A receiver who always has some issue at that....
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That sounds like a steal. He must have given up money to go to a contender (or got a fully guaranteed deal...)

I think you have the round right, but the price wrong. More like 5 years 55 million.
Not sure the amount is wrong, is there much precedence for a player his size with chronic issues (minor injuries, chronic headaches, character concerns) to get premium WR1 money? 5yr 45 million is WR1 money just not premium WR1 money...
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Not sure the amount is wrong, is there much precedence for a player his size with chronic issues (minor injuries, chronic headaches, character concerns) to get premium WR1 money? 5yr 45 million is WR1 money just not premium WR1 money...
The thing to consider is that, in a sign-and-trade deal the player tends to have some amount of leverage because he and his agent know that the team trading for him REALLY wants him. When these deals happen I am always surprised at how much the disgruntled player gets.
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The teams compensation will be determined by his contract demands. The lower his salary demands the better pick a team is willing to give. They are only 1/2 dozen teams that can really afford him at 9mill per. He would be a great fit in Cinci. If the Bengals add Reggie Bush and Harvin, the division may be theirs.
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Hi Shupp, here is a nugget from Rotoworld about Percy if Viking's are offered a 3rd Rd pick:
"If the Vikings can seriously only get a third-rounder for Harvin, they may as well deal with him in 2013, let him walk in 2014, and hope he gets paid big bucks so they can get back a 2015 compensatory pick".
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They traded Brandon Marshall for a lot of the same reasons the Vikes are trading Harvin, they aren't going to go down the same path again. Philbin doesn't want players like Harvin. He would rather sign Jennings and draft Patterson at 12 then trade for Harvin.
Hi LonghornsLegend, I found this ESPN article on a timeline of Marshall's off-field problems, and in no way Percy is even close in any way to his antics. Two 3's for this guy...Check it out:
http://espn.go.com/blog/chicago/bear...field-problems

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Hi LonghornsLegend, I found this ESPN article on a timeline of Marshall's off-field problems, and in no way Percy is even close in any way to his antics. Check it out:
http://espn.go.com/blog/chicago/bear...field-problems
They aren't going to be interested in a guy who supposed put his hands on one of his coaches, and has had constant battles with the Head Coach. Joe Philbin wants no part of that, doesn't matter if he's as bad as Marshall or not, you can pretty much rule Miami out of this.
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Realistically, All of us would jump for joy if our teams got Percy Harvin for a 2nd rnd pick.

But the real GM's will not go into a bidding war when they know they got to pay this guy too with his antics.
This.

He probably would be worth a first round pick in a trade, but then you've got to turn around and pay him as well. That's going to decrease what teams are willing to give up pick-wise.

If Harvin hasn't been moved by the draft, I wouldn't be surprised if a team that missed out on a WR they liked in the first round turned around that night and dealt a third and a conditional 2014 pick for him.
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With the Patriots recent WR woes in terms of draftees, I'd be stoked to see them give up their 2013 1st for Harvin. Getting a 4th or 5th back from Minnesota would be icing.
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If this is true, and I'm having a hard time believing that he's that far removed from reality...well, his trade value is going to die a very fast death. No one is giving Percy 8 years, 120 mildo. He's not a someone you can chuck the ball at and rely on to beat two defenders in the air for a catch.
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If this is true, and I'm having a hard time believing that he's that far removed from reality...well, his trade value is going to die a very fast death. No one is giving Percy 8 years, 120 mildo. He's not a someone you can chuck the ball at and rely on to beat two defenders in the air for a catch.
Hi Monomach, Looks like this story is not true:
"ESPN's Josina Anderson has clarified that Percy Harvin isn't necessarily seeking Calvin Johnson/Larry Fitzgerald money, but that a team source "could see an argument being made" he deserves it".
If Percy is so miserable playing for Ponder/Frazier, he better hope more false stories not come out like this one. I suppose fans should not put much stock in Harvins wants or needs till it comes from Percy himself, or his agent. Kind of reminds me of the Steelers/Mike Wallace saga of a year ago, and just might end up the same. If no deal gets done, play for the team one year, leave via FA the next. This might be why GM Rick might want to move him now.
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If this is true, and I'm having a hard time believing that he's that far removed from reality...well, his trade value is going to die a very fast death. No one is giving Percy 8 years, 120 mildo. He's not a someone you can chuck the ball at and rely on to beat two defenders in the air for a catch.
Nor is his ability to inflict damage on defenses dependent upon a quality QB getting him the ball, as we've seen with Fitzgerald. Nor can you render him irrelevant by double and triple teaming him. There isn't another player like him in the NFL.

Is he Megatron? No, of course not. He's not a deep threat. But he can do many things Megatron can't. It's like comparing Tom Brady to Colin Kaepernick.
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Nor is his ability to inflict damage on defenses dependent upon a quality QB getting him the ball, as we've seen with Fitzgerald. Nor can you render him irrelevant by double and triple teaming him. There isn't another player like him in the NFL.

Is he Megatron? No, of course not. He's not a deep threat. But he can do many things Megatron can't. It's like comparing Tom Brady to Colin Kaepernick.
I'd say it's more like comparing Cam Newton to RGIII if you switched their personalities.
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Nor is his ability to inflict damage on defenses dependent upon a quality QB getting him the ball, as we've seen with Fitzgerald. Nor can you render him irrelevant by double and triple teaming him. There isn't another player like him in the NFL.

Is he Megatron? No, of course not. He's not a deep threat. But he can do many things Megatron can't. It's like comparing Tom Brady to Colin Kaepernick.
Oh, Jesus Christ.

A receiver who's getting force-fed the ball on dump-offs over the middle putting up numbers with a bad QB is not news. Even terrible receivers have done that.

A slot receiver beating slow-assed linebackers is not the same as beating a double team of actual DBs the way real #1 receivers do.

He's a good slot receiver. He's not a top 5 wideout who has changed the way the position is played or anything. He's not even the best slot receiver in the league.

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Wait, is Percy Harvin Tom Brady or Colin Kaepernick? I always get these cross-positional comparisons wrong.
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Originally Posted by Caulibflower View Post
Wait, is Percy Harvin Tom Brady or Colin Kaepernick? I always get these cross-positional comparisons wrong.
Yeah, it made no sense. I wasn't even comparing them other than to say that Percy isn't the kind of receiver that is dominant enough to get that kind of contract.

People really need to dip their balls in some ice water when it comes to Harvin. He's really damned good, but he's only about half the player he's made out to be in this thread.

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