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Percy Harvin

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To bad player for player trades rarely happen we need a wr Minnesota could use a mlb or cb but I doubt anything like that happens and like what was already mentioned we can't lose anymore draft picks

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there's like 30 threads about harvin

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Harvin would be nice, was really just adding the link to expand on this topic, rather than shoving the link in the guys face.

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Percy would be awesome if we can keep his ankle healthy and his headaches at bay... he has the ability to match steves production in his prime

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It worked out by him probably retiring a Panther....so pretty well

Exactly!

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It would probably end up taking a 2 and a 4 to get an injury risk entering a contract year.

Yes Harvin can be worth much more, but I'm not sure a brand new GM is going take that kind of giant risk on one player when we have several major holes.

I'd think San Fran or St Louis gets him.

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I don't see us giving up any draft picks higher than a 4th for Percy. Now if they want to trade a player, we have several available, but I don't see a pick and a player at this point. He has quite a bit to prove as well. I know we won't get into a bidding war over him and pay too much. I would rather use my second round pick in the draft.

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Gamble and a 4th. That's the most I'd offer.

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Hmm, Mr Migraine...I'd pass on him.

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this is a move a team like Seattle, NE, or SF would make.

dont expect the Panthers to make a push for Harvin

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