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FISHINGURU

Poor Percy......

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Tells you just how much of a D-Bag this guy is knowing he was Seattle's most dangerous weapon at a position where they don't have a lot of depth and they dumped him.

Another very good talent down the drain because of a diva attitude.

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Remember when Lmit said he was a draft bust and everyone would disagree, maybe he wasn't wrong.

Can't really say he was a bust for the Vikings. We got some value out of him while he played, and essentially traded him away for slightly more than we initially invested in him (he was 22nd overall, we got a 25th overall, a 3rd rounder, and a seventh rounder).

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Can't really say he was a bust for the Vikings. We got some value out of him while when he played,

Fixed.

#bust

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You can't go around beating up girls like Baldwin and Taint. He gave Taint a black eye last year and cut up Baldwins chin this year. He took himself out of the game and wouldn't go back in last week.

The Vikes dominated that trade.

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Like guru said.......

As the shocking trade of Percy Harvin to the Jets continues to dominate the NFL news cycle, reports from Seattle indicate that the Seahawks simply decided they couldn’t tolerate Harvin’s misbehavior, which included multiple fights with teammates and a refusal to play late in Sunday’s loss to the Cowboys.

One fight took place the week before the Super Bowl and left then-Seahawks receiver Golden Tate with a black eye, according to Lance Zierlein of Sports Talk 790 in Houston. Another fight took place in the preseason this year and left receiver Doug Baldwin with a cut on his chin, according to the Seattle Times.

Harvin also reportedly took himself out of Sunday’s game and wouldn’t go back in when coaches asked him to play. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll was asked why Harvin didn’t play much late in the game and answered with a vague reference to “readiness,” but it now appears that the real problem was “willingness,” or lack thereof, of Harvin to get on the field.

Combining the reports out of Seattle with the widespread reports from two years ago that Harvin was a cancer in the Vikings’ locker room, it looks like the Jets just landed themselves a malcontent. They’d better have a plan for how to deal with Harvin’s inevitable unhappiness.

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More then likely he was throwing fits because the SeaChickens were trying to be smart and limit his snaps so he can stay healthy. Now he can go be an every down player for the Jets and play a few weeks before going on IR lol.

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And they only got a 6th rounder for him.........well maybe a 4th if the trade pans out. So yeah, they got a 6th rounder. Heck yeah the Vikes got the better of a trade for once!!

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Ya at first I questioned getting rid of a weapon like Percy. It didn't take long to realize it was a great move and appears more so as time goes on. Another one self destructs....

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