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Percy Harvin Traded to New York Jets for Conditional Draft Pick, Per Report

NFL wide receiver, Percy Harvin. (Adam Rifkin/Flickr/CC license)
NFL wide receiver, Percy Harvin. (Adam Rifkin/Flickr/CC license)

Matt Verderame, SBNATION.COM

 

NEW YORK (SBNation.com)—The New York Jets have acquired receiver/returner Percy Harvin from theSeattle Seahawks for a conditional draft pick, according to Jay Glazer of FOX Sports. Harvin has been injury-prone throughout his career but has played in all five of Seattle’s games this season.

For the Seahawks, this move is stunning. Seattle has designs on becoming the first team to repeat as Super Bowl champions since the 2004 New England Patriots, and it just traded one of its best playmakers for a future pick. Harvin has 133 receiving yards, ranking third on the team, but has also added 283 return and 92 rushing yards so far.

The trade ends the Harvin era in Seattle, which saw him play in a total of six regular season games and two postseason games over two years. Harvin had a big impact in the Super Bowl, scoring on a kickoff return to begin the second half.

 

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