If he is truly available you have to try hard and get him. He has game breaking ability... something this team is in dire need of. As someone mentioned, I guarantee the pats will be all over him.
TD's last 4 years.
This is the point where I float the 2nd third round pick. (Better than New England's third rounder.)
Because...goodness gracious. If he could be had for that, and...what...someone else suggested as $7m per year?
Yeah. Love ya, Hartline, but good bye.
Show me Jennings, Cordarelle Patterson and Harvin in the slot. Bess as the #4. Holy tapdancing poop.
See, now I'm all excited, because I saw this little news blurb, too.
"If foot fetish videos of your wife surface online, and the voice of the cameraman sounds like you, just admit that it was you ... because the alternative is that someone else was filming foot fetish videos of your wife, and I'm pretty sure that's worse." - Bill Simmons's enduring lesson to Rex Ryan.
I don't agree with the Harvin interest. Why give up a high pick and then also have to pay Harvin the $10mil when you can give the $10mil to Wallace without having to give up a pick?
When can teams make trades? A 2nd for Harvin would be a steal IMO. I would then focus my attention on Jennings or Bowe in FA. Harvin has a very similar skill set to Mike Wallace.
My only concern is could this team utilize his playmaking ability? I would line him up at RB similar to what GB does with Cobb. I'm just not sure they would utilize him to his full potential. Especially after watching Reggie misused for most of the year. The guy is a real threat in the passing game and could cause mismatches all over the field. Line him and Miller up and it would have been a whole other threat.
folks want to pass on harvin for injuries but want to keep, and pay, jake long for even BIGGER cash!!
"EVERYONE'S A TOUGH GUY UNTIL THEY MEET ONE".