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Thread: Report: Vikings looking to trade Harvin

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    This wouldn't happen in a billion years. This regime doesn't want players like that, which is why ochocinco and Davis found there way out of miami. AA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smith21 View Post
    Rex Ryan is that you?

    love the part where you called us idiots for sitting behind our computer screen while we dont want a headcase...

    Percy would be an INSTANT upgrade...he wants a contract and would fit in Miami perfectly....why give B-Hart 6mil/yr when u can offer Percy 7? Who the hell would be happy in Minnesota? I mean seriously. I would ask to be traded as well. If he gets his payday (which he DESERVES---more than Hartline does) and goes to a better climate and beautiful environment of South Florida...Not to mention no state income tax...he'd be happy here...

    And Im tired of this headcase connotation...you mean to tell me if Deon Sanders in his prime was available RIGHT now, being the "headcase" he was, you wouldnt want him????? Ray lewis is oneof the biggest Divas in the history of sports yet is glorified day in day out.

    You have to MOLD these players, you cant just expect a bunch of young men to be perfect. Under the RIGHT coaching, which I do believe we FINALLY have, there is no excuse not to take a chance on him....

    I went to school with Percy at UF as well had class with him and went to same barber shop...The kid LOVES winning...in the right environment and if winning, there would be no issues. We cant afford to pass on playmakers just because you bums on Finheaven, who probably never played a sport in your life, thinks you are qualified enough to pass such judgement without knowing the player personally.
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    Harvin on the fins = wet dream! Seriously, if Ireland doesnt pick up the phone right now he has just cemented his legacy of failure. We should have drafted Harvin but now we can get him for less than a first rounder. Our second rounders are always a bust, lets make them count this year with a proven playmaker. We can then direct our focus on a DB or two in the draft and maybe trade back in rd 1 and grab Shariff Floyd to stuff the middle on the DL.
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    The guy is a headcase. Pass.
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    he'll likely cost nearly as much as mike wallace, and he'll cost us draft picks? why would you even consider it?

    http://www.pro-football-reference.co...H/HarvPe00.htm


    http://www.pro-football-reference.co...W/WallMi00.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blake the great View Post
    Draft our youth? when's the last time we drafted someone as talented as Harvin and what makes you think we will now? I think some of yall like the idea of building through the draft but have failed to realize that sometimes you gotta bring in some proven talent. Did the Ravens draft Boldin or Jacoby Jones? Nope and they were huge this post season
    I would bring in a Jennings. But the 2 players you just mentioned, didn't carry the baggage Harvin does.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PHAZINPHINZPHAN View Post
    Yes you wait to see if the player performs. Yes a 2nd round pick is steep. but if the player performs you are going to sign him to an 8 mill a year contract. If he falls flat or gets hurt you sign him for cheaper. If not you let him walk and you lose the 2nd or 3rd round pick but you still have the money for the following year instead of being hampered if the player doesnt pan out or ends up being subpar.

    Throwing around draft picks for projects with a history of being a cancer, is tantamount to wasting a pick on Pat White. Since you are advocating such nonsense, you are in great company w/ JI.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bcsupratt View Post
    Percy would be an INSTANT upgrade...he wants a contract and would fit in Miami perfectly....why give B-Hart 6mil/yr when u can offer Percy 7? Who the hell would be happy in Minnesota? I mean seriously. I would ask to be traded as well. If he gets his payday (which he DESERVES---more than Hartline does) and goes to a better climate and beautiful environment of South Florida...Not to mention no state income tax...he'd be happy here...

    And Im tired of this headcase connotation...you mean to tell me if Deon Sanders in his prime was available RIGHT now, being the "headcase" he was, you wouldnt want him????? Ray lewis is oneof the biggest Divas in the history of sports yet is glorified day in day out.

    You have to MOLD these players, you cant just expect a bunch of young men to be perfect. Under the RIGHT coaching, which I do believe we FINALLY have, there is no excuse not to take a chance on him....

    I went to school with Percy at UF as well had class with him and went to same barber shop...The kid LOVES winning...in the right environment and if winning, there would be no issues. We cant afford to pass on playmakers just because you bums on Finheaven, who probably never played a sport in your life, thinks you are qualified enough to pass such judgement without knowing the player personally.
    Adrian Peterson.

    Your whole argument is jaded by your so called association to the nut job. And if you acted out and demanded a trade from MINN, you would eventually find your way out of the league. With smaller and smaller pay checks.

    Your whole argument is based on opinion. Yet nothing you have said holds no truth or fact to it. Just because he would be back in FL, doesn't mean he would change his stripes. The stuff CK brought up, kinda proves that point. But you keep on pushing for the guy. And I will sit here and laugh the whole time. Because you are doing nothing but setting yourself up for heartache.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildbill3 View Post
    he'll likely cost nearly as much as mike wallace, and he'll cost us draft picks? why would you even consider it?

    http://www.pro-football-reference.co...H/HarvPe00.htm


    http://www.pro-football-reference.co...W/WallMi00.htm

    You have posters willing to trade away a 2nd rounder, with no contract extension. Let him play the year out, after being traded for a 2nd. Let him become a FA, and then bid for his services.

    The nut jobs here, are coming out of the wood work early this year.
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    rumor that the patriots are in on this...
    hoops scoops 2012 season ..."in 2014 ryan tannehill etches his name in stone amongst the games elite qbs"..."ryan tannehill and andrew luck will carry the afc for the next decade plus the way peyton manning and tom brady have this last decade plus"
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