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    Quote Originally Posted by sec.101row23 View Post
    Adam Schefter ‏@AdamSchefter
    And so the first blockbuster trade of the week is shaping up to involve...Percy Harvin. Imagine Harvin, Russell Wilson and Beastmode.
    WOW!

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    Would be a damn good move for Seattle

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    Adam Schefter ‏@AdamSchefter
    And so the first blockbuster trade of the week is shaping up to involve...Percy Harvin. Imagine Harvin, Russell Wilson and Beastmode.
    SF better beef up their secondary...hello Revis in SF..LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    Would be a damn good move for Seattle
    Seattle is going to need to make some roster moves though, they are only around 4 million under the cap right now and if they trade for Harvin will be right against the cap. My guess is that Sidney Rice either takes a big pay cut or gets released. He saves 6.1 million.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sec.101row23 View Post
    Seattle is going to need to make some roster moves though, they are only around 4 million under the cap right now and if they trade for Harvin will be right against the cap. My guess is that Sidney Rice either takes a big pay cut or gets released. He saves 6.1 million.
    That's what I was thinking. This would be a great move for the Seahawks on the field. Off the field, that's another matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ubrnostrum View Post
    That's what I was thinking. This would be a great move for the Seahawks on the field. Off the field, that's another matter.
    They have some flexibility though, there are a few middle of the roster guys they can cut and save some money. I dont think the cap will prevent them from trading for Harvin.

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    Adam Schefter ‏@AdamSchefter
    Trade bw MINN and SEA for Percy Harvin contingent upon a new contract for Harvin; contract likely to be completed in next 48 hours.

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    Jason La Canfora ‏@JasonLaCanfora
    Trying to nail down which picks changing hands in Harvin to Seattle trade, and what contractual changes coming. but regardless huge for SEA

    Albert Breer ‏@AlbertBreer
    Everyone talked about how many picks Niners has going into the offseason ... Seahawks had 11, plus probably two more compensatory picks.

    Albert Breer ‏@AlbertBreer
    Harvin's a heck of talent. But he's also grown a reputation as moody and unpredictable. Payoff could be huge. Risk is considerable too.

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    Worthy to point out that Harvin is injury prone and has off the field issues and is going on the last year of his deal. Thus, he will be making big money. Yet, the ocmpensation will probably be at least seattle's first round pick.

    Still can't see how the best CB in the game who is injured, but will be likely to recover, has no off field issues and is looking to get paid like Harvin can't be worthy of at least a first round pick. Hopefully this Harvin trade helps the jets make a revis trade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dinamite View Post
    Worthy to point out that Harvin is injury prone and has off the field issues and is going on the last year of his deal. Thus, he will be making big money. Yet, the ocmpensation will probably be at least seattle's first round pick.

    Still can't see how the best CB in the game who is injured, but will be likely to recover, has no off field issues and is looking to get paid like Harvin can't be worthy of at least a first round pick. Hopefully this Harvin trade helps the jets make a revis trade.
    I doubt that Seattle will give up a first round pick for Harvin.

    EDIT: well forget about that....Seattle gave up a first and are going to pay him. Revis value just went up a bit.
    Last edited by sec.101row23; 03-11-2013 at 01:37 PM.

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    Seahawks acquired WR Percy Harvin from the Vikings in exchange for undisclosed draft-pick compensation.

    So much for Rick Spielman's denials. The Seahawks will open the season with 24-year-old Russell Wilson throwing to 27-year-old Sidney Rice, and 25-year-old Harvin and Golden Tate, with 27-year-old Marshawn Lynch in the backfield. Already one of the league's premier defensive teams, Seattle's offense now rivals any in football in terms of explosiveness and playmaking ability. We expect Harvin to lead Seattle in receiving, and his fantasy value should remain among the top-15 wide receivers. While the fantasy effect on Rice and Tate is unlikely to be positive, it's a gigantic plus for Wilson's.

    Source: Jay Glazer on Twitter
    ESPN's Adam Schefter confirms Seattle's trade for Percy Harvin will net the Vikings the Seahawks' first-round pick in the 2013 draft.

    It's the 25th pick, and there may be more compensation. The trade is also pending a physical, but FOX Sports' Jay Glazer, ESPN's John Clayton, ESPN 1500 Twin Cities' Tom Pelissero, and Schefter have all confirmed it's a done deal. Per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Seahawks will indeed be signing Harvin to a new, long-term contract. Schefter reports the new deal will be consummated within 24 hours. Harvin has been said to be seeking Calvin Johnson money. We suspect he's more likely to receive in the range of $12 million annually.
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    Jay Glazer ‏@JayGlazer
    Seattle sends this years first round pick and a 7th rounder as well as a mid-round pick next year for Harvin. Win-win for both teams


    WTF!!! Seriously, what is Revis worth???

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_0515 View Post
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    So an injury prone WR is worth a first round pick?

    Revis's trade value is going to be sky high

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    Wow

    So a guy like Harvin who is coming off a season ending injury, isn't a Top 5 player at his position, and is looking to get paid is worth a 1st round pick...but Revis isn't?

    LOL

    Okay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    Wow

    So a guy like Harvin who is coming off a season ending injury, isn't a Top 5 player at his position, and is looking to get paid is worth a 1st round pick...but Revis isn't?

    LOL

    Okay
    Idzik just sent a big thank you letter to his former team....LOL

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    Jason_OTC ‏@Jason_OTC
    #Redskins free up 8 million with release of Hall. He was half the reason for the cap penalties so this offsets it a bit

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    Jason La Canfora ‏@JasonLaCanfora
    been saying for a while trade market would be robust this offseason. Harvin, Smith already done. Revis and Flynn still on deck. more to come

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    The media doesn't help. They all seem to think giving anything more than a second round for revis is too much. But when KC acquires Alex Smith for 2 second rounders, or percy goes for a 1 and more, it is a win win for all teams. Please!!

    If injury prone, off field problem talented but not top 5 WR is worth a 1 and more, what should Revis be worth? What, he wants a new contract? so does Harvin. He is injured? sure, so is Harvin half the time, and if you are afraid if his injuries, make the picks contingent for 2014, that is fair.

    Media is the issue and GMs trying to take advantage of our rookie GM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eckesg1 View Post
    So an injury prone WR is worth a first round pick?

    Revis's trade value is going to be sky high
    Trade Revis this week. A 1st is almost certain right now.

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    Revis will be gone by Wednesday

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