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The NFL postseason is when each of the remaining teams gets exposed. The Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers have just healed one open wound apiece with Monday’s trades for Anquan Boldin and Percy Harvin.
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The Seahawks and Vikings have agreed to a trade that would send wide receiver Percy Harvin to Seattle for draft picks pending he passes a physical, FOXSports.com has learned.
Harvin, who is entering the final year of his rookie deal, has been adamant about an extension, but the Vikings looked to cut bait on the premier talent.
Seattle seemed like an ideal landing spot as Harvin...
According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, the Ravens have traded wide receiver Anquan Boldin to the San Francisco 49ers for the sixth round pick.
Anquan Boldin traded to 49ers for a sixth-round pick
— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) March 11, 2013
This is a big move by the 49ers who need another receiver to go along with Michael Crabtree and Mario Manningham.
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Trade for Baltimore: I get that the Ravens were going to cut Anquan Boldin if they couldn’t find a suitor via trade and given that it’s good that they got something for him, but I question the logic of cutting him in the first place. He was just as big a reason why they won the Super Bowl as Joe Flacco and Flacco, who they just signed to a massive long-term deal, took Boldin’s...
Percy Harvin is on his way to Seattle to join the Seahawks.
A person with knowledge of the deal tells The Associated Press that the Minnesota Vikings have agreed to trade the unhappy receiver to Seattle for a package that includes the Seahawks' first-round draft pick in April. The person requested anonymity because the deal will not be official until Harvin passes a physical...
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#49ers acquire WR Anquan Boldin from #Ravens in exchange for a sixth-round pick, per @ravensinsider.
— Dion Caputi (@nfldraftupdate) March 11, 2013
Rumors are circulating that hotheaded but ultra-talented Minnesota Vikings receiver Percy Harvin could be on his way to Seattle.
Percy Harvin may be one of the most electrifying assets to follow in fantasy football especially Points Per Reception leagues but that doesn't mean I'm fully on-board with Monday's reported trade, calling for the 24-year-old dynamo to take his versatile talents to Seattle.
From a nit-picky standpoint, there are myriad ways in which Harvin's Northwest passage could...
The Minnesota Vikings have agreed to trade Percy Harvin to the Seattle Seahawks in exchange for picks. The speedster from Florida will be teaming up with Russell Wilson as the leaders of the Seahawks offense.
The trade cannot be officially completed until Tuesday at 4 p.m. ET.
The Seahawks and Vikings have agreed to a trade that send Harvin to Seattle for draft picks, pending Harvin...
As reported by our own Blaine Blontz earlier today, Percy Harvin's unwillingness to play for the Minnesota Vikings has led to the team listening to offers from suitors. Breaking news now is that Harvin is to be traded to Seattle Seahawks for several draft picks subject to him passing a medical, reports Jay Glazer of NFL.com
Seattle have given up several draft picks including...
Speedster to Seattle
The Seattle Seahawks have reportedly traded for a big-time player whose season was ended after suffering an ankle injury last year in Seattle.
Percy Harvin, who has been vocal about his displeasure with his current contract and situation with the Minnesota Vikings, will apparently be shipped to the Seahawks for a multitude of draft picks that include the 2013...
As reported by multiple sources, the Seahawks have agreed to a trade with the Vikings for wide receiver Percy Harvin. The price is steep -- Jay Glazer of Fox Sports is reporting that Seattle will give up a first and a seventh round pick in this year's draft plus a (possibly conditional) mid-round pick in 2014 -- but there's a lot to love here. Harvin was a favorite weapon...