We've broken down the big Percy Harvin trade news. We've asked why the Seahawks dealt him to the New York Jets, and checked out the shocked reaction from around the league.
Before we move on to the weekend, let's look at some winners and losers from the deal.
NFC West defensive coordinators:Perhaps it was tough for offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell to integrate Harvin into game plans, but it was just as tough to prepare for Harvin defensively.
Minnesota Vikings general manager Rick Spielman:He got a first-, third- and seventh-round pick in exchange for Harvin just over a year ago. That deal looks pretty sweet now.
Harvin's agent: Harvin has made a lot of money in the last two years, but the rest of his contract isn't guaranteed. Harvin could be looking for a new deal sooner than later, and his track record now screams, "Buyer beware."
John Schneider: We give the Seahawks general manager credit for cutting his losses. That's what great teams do. With that said, Seattle spent a lot of money and valuable draft picks on eight games from Harvin. This trade was essentially admitting a mistake.
Seahawks fans with Harvin jerseys: That's why you should always buy the franchise quarterback's jersey. Amortize that value.