Report: Vikings' Harvin to be dealt to Seahawks for picks

The Minnesota Vikings have agreed to trade wide receiver Percy Harvin to the Seattle Seahawks for undisclosed draft picks, as first reported by Fox Sports.

The deal is contingent on Harvin passing a physical.

The Seahawks are currently 8/1 to win the 2014 Super Bowl at the LVH and have 4/1 odds to clinch the NFC. told Covers it won’t be moving its Seattle Super Bowl futures off 8/1.

"Harvin is good, but not a real game changer in my opinion," says oddsmaker Michael Stewart. "He's no Megatron and he needs to prove his health as well. Injuries are a real concern with him."

Harvin, who is entering the final year of his rookie contract, badly sprained his left ankle on Nov. 4 at Seattle last season and didn't play again. He still led the team in receptions (62) and receiving yards (677) despite only playing half a season.

Harvin has previously worked with Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, who coached him in Minnesota during his rookie season.

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Posted by Getty3
4 years ago

Harvin is a slot receiver with speed. Nothing more. Just wait until he pulls up lame for a few weeks or misses an important game due to a headache. He's like an egg waiting for something to crack it's delicate shell.

Posted by ironej
4 years ago

The Vikings have had 2 decent WRs since Moss/Carter. Now they both play for the Seahawks. Rick Spielman salary must be correlated to total losses by the team. Worst GM ever.

Posted by Saltpetey
4 years ago

Not even close! That dubious honor has to go to Matt Millen. if you want to go outside of football I don't think anyone can touch Isaiah Thomas except maybe Walt Hazzard. But don't worry there's still time for Spielman to work his way up or down in the standings. I wouldn't worry to much about losing Harvin. While talented he's a cancer who's opinion of himself far exceeds his actual value.He misses far to many games to pay him the kind of money he thinks he's worth.
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