Percy Harvin was made expendable in New York with the Jets traded for Brandon Marshall. That was proven when he was released. Harvin is extremely talented and no person would disagree there. But…He has a history of injury issues and has already wore out his welcome in Minnesota and then in Seattle before coming to New York.
With Harvin on the market, he is the top of the wide receiver talent food chain right now. But where should the oft injured and overly talented player go?
Could the Patriots be willing to offer another two-year deal, like they have in the past, to bring in talent? How about the Miami Dolphins who look to fix the Mike Wallace screw up of the past and give Ryan Tannehill?