Originally Posted by Beerfish
Since when has Holmes been strictly a slot receiver? Harvin is light years better than Holmes or Kerley. I won't dispute that we probably can't get the guy for a lot of reasons but to say we have slots thus we don't want him is bizarre.
I'm looking at it from a cost-benefit point of view. We're stuck with Holmes and Kerley is developing nicely. Holmes has to be included as a dimension of the slot, that's all. What we need is a vertical threat with good hands. Wallace would add a whole new dimension to our WR core. Harvin would add to an existing dimension marginally. Not a good investment, unless Holmes were gone.