Percy Harvin will join an all-of-a-sudden scary-fast lineup in Buffalo on a one-year contract worth roughly $6 million, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Friday, per a source involved in the deal.
FOX Sports first reported that the signing was imminent.
At 26, we might not have seen the best of the former first-round pick.
The depth of talent should aid in that process.
Harvin rushed 22 times for more than 100 yards during his eight-game stay with the Jets on top of 29 receptions for 350 yards and one touchdown.
After Geno Smith stopped deliberately forcing him the ball, it turned out to be a nice addition to the roster, though Harvin's past transgressions are always on the forefront of everyone's minds. Is Seattle truly behind him?
Though we caution ourselves, as these moves have a similar feel to Philadelphia's dream team movement from just a few years back.
Ryan's defense will be worlds better, of course, but will his new additions on offense be able to combine for something special?