Is he worth a look?
Is he worth a look?
Extremely versatile and explosive. Extremely injury prone. Doesn't hurt to look, but i wouldn't give up much for him.
I'd rather draft a cheaper Markus Wheaton with the 42nd pick and sign Mike Wallace or Greg Jennings. Focus our money on FA like Cliff Avril, Rodgers Cromartie, Jared Cook, and re-signing Jake Long. Pass.
Last edited by MrEd; 02-10-2013 at 06:16 PM.
He would definitely fill a need for us. He is a playmaker and you can never have enough of guys like him.
It doesn't sound like the rocky relationship the vikes and harvin have is going to survive.I would like to know what the vikes are seeking for him. I know some will say he is not a philbin type player because of his actions off the field but at some point philbin has to learn to deal with these type players. Philbin seems like he could bring a guy like harvin , down to earth. I would like to have harvin if it is a reasonable deal.
watch new england get him. bellicheat has already been on record saying he would love to have him
Hell yeah I'd take Harvin on our Phins. He is very versatile, and a definite playmaker. His problem has obviously been his injuries, which I think may have contributed to his bad relationship with the Vikings. I wouldn't want to pay him big money though. Too risky, injury concerns AND off-field issues doesnt sound much like a Philbin guy. He is young though and things could change.
"hey atleast I'm housebroken!"
Terrence Williams (who I think Philbin kinda likes as fit)
FA: Dmitiri Patterson (Vet min.w/ incentives)
1. Zach Martin OT
2. Bishop Sankey RB
3. Brandon Thomas G/T
4. Max Bullough ILB
5. Crockett Gilmore TE
6. Brandon Linder G/T
Do it. Be agressive. The article i read says he's looking for 10 mil per year tho and if that's the case...no thanks. But a 3rd round pick and a 7 mil per year contract and i'm in.
If I remember correctly , someone on finheaven said harvins current treatment of his migraines has cleared up his problems.
Percy Harvin for a 2nd round pick? Where do I sign?