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By Pat James, Bills Correspondent, Thu, Jul 23rd 9:23pm EDT

Bills new head coach Rex Ryan says he expects Harvin to produce on the outside instead of the slot or backfield. In his first two seasons, the Vikings gave Harvin a fairly big role in the offense. Since then he's become a jack-of-all-trades/gadget type player. Harvin seems to believe he'll flourish in a return to a traditional receiving option in Buffalo. (Source: CBS)

Fantasy Impact: Harvin will have to fight for targets with Sammy Watkins, Robert Woods, Charles Clay, LeSean McCoy, and Fred Jackson. However, if Rex truly wants to get Harvin heavily involved in the offense, he possesses the high-upside coveted in a mid-late round draft choice.


By Keith Kraska, Bills Correspondent, Fri, Mar 13th 3:35pm EDT

The Buffalo Bills agreed to terms on a one-year deal with Percy Harvin on Tuesday. (Source: Adam Schefter)

Fantasy Impact: Harvin has elite talent, but the closest he's come to an elite season is 2011, when he had 1,312 yards from scrimmage and eight touchdowns on a Vikings team on which no other receiver had more than 400 yards. He's unlikely to approach that in Greg Roman's run-heavy offense, in which Sammy Watkins will remain the primary target. And it shouldn't be overlooked that Harvin has been dumped by three teams in three years, so there's that risk. He should be considered no more than a hit-or-miss WR3 in standard fantasy scoring, with a little more value in PPR and special-teams TD leagues.


By Brian Tesch, Bills Correspondent, Wed, Mar 11th 8:07pm EDT

The New York Daily News reports that free agent WR Percy Harvin has visited Buffalo. (Source: via the New York Daily News)

Fantasy Impact: It seems that Buffalo is serious about upgrading the talent at their skill positions this offseason. It wouldn't be a great spot for Harvin to rack up fantasy value, as Matt Cassell and E.J. Manuel are sketchy options at best, and he'd have to content with the heavily targeted Sammy Watkins as well. Dynasty managers, and Harvin fans should hope he ends up somewhere like New England.


By Brian Tesch, Bills Correspondent, Sat, Mar 7th 11:31am EST

According to's Ian Rappaport, the Jets acquisition of Brandon Marshall all but wraps up Percy Harvin's brief stay with the team. (Source:

Fantasy Impact: While it's interesting to think what a Marshall, Decker, and Harvin WR troika could look like, it's just simply financially infeasible. Harvin will likely find work right away, as it has been rumored that the Patriots are interested in acquiring the divisive WR.


By Brian Tesch, Bills Correspondent, Sat, Feb 28th 10:51am EST

According to CBS Sport's Jason LaCanofora, Percy Harvin will not take a pay cut from his scheduled 10 million dollar salary to stay with the Jets. (Source: CBS New York)

Fantasy Impact: Due to the fact that Harvin was traded to the Jets, he has no guaranteed money coming to him, and the team could save 10 million against the salary cap by cutting him. If Harvin is healthy and motivated, he's well worth the money, but those times are too few and far between to justify keeping the mercurial Harvin. He most likely will not be back with the Jets.


By Brian Tesch, Bills Correspondent, Thu, Feb 5th 12:13pm EST

The Jets face a Match 19th decision on Percy Harvin, If Harvin remains on the Jets' roster after 4 p.m. on the 10th day of the league year (March 19), the Jets must give their fourth-round draft pick to the Seahawks. If the Jets release him before then, they owe the Seahawks a sixth-round choice. (Source:

Fantasy Impact: Even if the Jets cut Harvin and re-sign him at a later date, they will still owe the Seahawks a 4th round draft choice. This will allow the Jets to see what they can find on the free agent market, as it gives the Jets nine days to see what exactly is out there. For those with a vested interest in Havrin, hope that he gets released, he never really worked with the Jets, and without an upgrade at QB, his upside is capped as a unreliable WR3.


By Tom Woods, Bills Correspondent, Sun, Dec 28th 11:57am EST

The New York Jets have listed Percy Harvin as incactve for the team’s season finale against the Miami Dolphins. Harvin had stated previously how he intended to play in Week 17, despite carrying a rib cartilage injury. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: This brings Harvin’s sorry season to an end. Sans a couple of decent weeks, the wideout has not lived up to his billing for either the Seattle Seahawks or the New York Jets. The news obviously indicates that he should be taken out of any starting lineups prior to the early afternoon kickoffs.


By Tom Woods, Bills Correspondent, Sat, Dec 27th 12:26pm EST

New York Jets wide receiver Percy Harvin intends to play in the team's season finale in Miami against the Dolphins, despite carrying a rib cartilage injury. "It's a little sore, but I think I'm good enough to give it a go," Harvin said Friday, after practicing for the first time this week. "I was able to move around, catch a few balls. I ran a few routes. The biggest thing is pain tolerance. I just feel like I'm good enough to give it a try. I'm going in feeling like I'm going to play." (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Harvin, who has played the last two weeks with an ankle sprain, will be a risky play in Week 17. Not only does he have two injuries, but he is also coming up against the fourth-best passing defense in the league - the same defense that held the Jets to just 13 points in Week 12. In that game Harvin had just one reception for six yards, so he doesn't project well this time around. He should only be used as a flex player if you're desperate.


By Tom Woods, Bills Correspondent, Sun, Dec 21st 2:56pm EST

New York Jets wide receiver has left their game against the New England Patriots early with a rib injury. (Source: Amanda Pflugrad (@Amanda_Pflugrad) on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Harvin was on his way to having a decent day, recording four catches for 44 yards. But this injury will condemn him to a less-than-mediocre outing, should he not return.


By Tom Woods, Bills Correspondent, Fri, Dec 19th 10:37am EST

As expected, wide receiver Percy Harvin (ankle) practiced on a limited basis Thursday. There was a slight limp, but barring a setback, he should be ready to play Sunday when the New York Jets meet the New England Patriots. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Last week Harvin was promoted to 'active' last minute ahead of the Jets' clash in Tennessee with the Titans, but only managed one point. This week he faces a secondary who are around the same level as Tennessee's, but with a week behind him in which he has been able to practice, Harvin should have some level of production. Tread carefully, but if you're looking for someone to fill the void as a WR3 or flex, Harvin could be your guy.


By Tom Woods, Bills Correspondent, Sun, Dec 14th 7:45pm EST

Percy Harvin played for the New York Jets against the Tennessee Titans after suffering an ankle sprain in Week 14, but only had one rush for ten yards. (Source:

Fantasy Impact: Even though Harvin had been injured for most of the week, he failed to live up to the expectations he created last time out en route to 124 yards and his first touchdown of the season. But another poor fantasy performance just goes to prove further than Harvin has been a fantasy no-show this year, and shouldn't be relied upon in the final two weeks of the season.


By Tom Woods, Bills Correspondent, Sun, Dec 14th 9:22am EST

New York Jets wide receiver Percy Harvin will play against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday afternoon, according to the NFL's Ian Rapoport. Harvin was expected to be out after picking up an ankle injury against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 14, and has been listed as 'questionable' for most of the week. (Source: Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Harvin will definitely give fantasy owners something to think about. It's just two weeks since DeAndre Hopkins put up over 200 yards against the Titans' secondary, and the former Seattle Seahawk is coming off the back of his first touchdown reception this season. He is a risk, but projects well as a flex play.


By Matt Coscia, Bills Correspondent, Wed, Dec 10th 3:43pm EST

After hurting his ankle in Week 14 against the Vikings, Percy Harvin's x-rays are negative. The team is calling the injury a low-ankle sprain. "What that means for Sunday, I'm not real sure," Ryan said. "It probably doesn't look that great, but we'll see as it progresses." (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Although it looks like Harvin won't play this weekend, it is good that he doesn't have a high-ankle sprain and miss the rest of the season. At this point Harvin is a boom or bust WR3 when he plays. Look for Jeremy Kerley and Eric Decker to get more targets.


By Tom Woods, Bills Correspondent, Sun, Dec 7th 5:03pm EST

Percy Harvin caught six passes for 124 yards, and caught his first touchdown since the 2012 season, as the New York Jets fell to the Minnesota Vikings 30-24 in overtime. (Source:

Fantasy Impact: This game was somewhat of a renaissance for Harvin, and was what was expected of him before the season started. However, it is only his second 100-plus yard outing of the season, and so he is too inconsistent to rely on going forward. This performance puts him into discussion as a starter at the flex position.


By Tom Woods, Bills Correspondent, Mon, Nov 3rd 5:59am EST

Wide receiver Percy Harvin delivered one of the best performances of the New York Jets' faltering season, as he caught 11 passes for 129 yards. He also looked good on kickoff returns, and almost scored a touchdown on one of them; but Chiefs kicker Cairo Santos prevented the 108-yard return. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Harvin was the Jets' top target on Sunday, and looks to be settling into New York's offense comfortably. He'll still be a risky play going forward, but there's no reason you should feel ashamed starting him as a WR3 or as a flex player next week against the Pittsburgh Steelers.


By Cole Patterson, Bills Correspondent, Tue, Oct 28th 7:13pm EDT

Percy Harvin was at the center of the game plan for the Jets this Sunday. He caught 3 passes for 22 yards, ran 4 times for 28 yards, and returned 6 kicks for a 24.0 yard average. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Harvin saw 44 snaps in his first game as a Jet, a large number considering his lack of familiarity with the offense. The Jets fluctuating quarterback position will likely limit Harvin but his role as a runner and returner make him worth a roster spot.


By Brian Tesch, Bills Correspondent, Fri, Oct 24th 11:17am EDT

Head Coach Rex Ryan stated that Percy Harvin will return kicks for the Jets going forward. When asked if Harvin could return punts, special teams coordinator Thomas McGaughey did not rule the possibility out, stating that “I don’t have reservations about any of his skill sets. (Source: The New York Times)

Fantasy Impact: This would enhance Harvin's value in return bonus leagues, but curiously Harvin has not returned a punt yet in the NFL. Harvin is a WR3 with a possibility for advancement in New York, and is a player to keep an eye on as fantasy trade deadlines approach.


By Tom Woods, Bills Correspondent, Fri, Oct 24th 11:08am EDT

Percy Harvin’s role with the New York Jets on Sunday is shrouded in mystery. The newly acquired wide receiver could play a few snaps on offense. Or, a lot. He might play in the slot, on the outside running deep patterns or come out of the backfield. Or, all three. “He’s just getting himself sort of integrated right now, so we’ll see,” offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg said Thursday. “Let’s get to game day here. We’ve got another day and a half here. We’ll see exactly how he can integrate himself for us.” (Source: CBS New York)

Fantasy Impact: Although Harvin could be used a lot by New York on Sunday, it is probably best to err on the side of caution with the former Seahawks wide receiver. We are yet to see if he will settle into the new offensive system, and his definitive role in the team is still unknown. It would be wise to hold on to Harvin, but play it safe and see what you've got this week.


By Brian Tesch, Bills Correspondent, Fri, Oct 17th 6:02pm EDT

The Seahawks have unexpectedly traded WR Percy Harvin to the New York Jets for a conditional 2015 draft choice. The deal is being finalized at the time of this update. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: On a scale of 1 to Trent Richardson, this trade is Richardsonian on how out of left field it was. This puts Harvin's fantasy value into a state of flux, as his QB situation has been massively downgraded. In an unfortunate quirk, Harvin will now have 3 byes this season: Week 4 (with SEA), this week (the Jets played Thu night) and during the Jets regular bye (Week 11). Harvin is a WR3 going forward in standard/PPR leagues, un-startable in daily leagues, and has been downgraded in dynasty formats.


By Brian Tesch, Bills Correspondent, Fri, Oct 17th 1:12pm EDT

When asked about Percy Harvin, Offensive Coordinator Darrell Bevell stated "Well, we know he's got speed and we know he can go down the field with speed, he's got great quickness so we can use him in that. The test always is, is to make sure some of those guys get the ball in their hands." (Source: The Associated Press)

Fantasy Impact: Bevell was Harvin's coordinator in Minnesota for his first two seasons, so this remark rates pretty high on the coach-speak scale. Harvin currently leads the Seahawks in targets, but they are only coming at a depth of 1.1 yards down-field. 241 of Harvin's 303 career catches have come on throws of 10 yards or less, and 115 of those 241 have come on throws behind the line of scrimmage. Harvin could either make or break you in daily formats, and is a high end WR3/low end WR2 in standard leagues.


By Brian Tesch, Bills Correspondent, Tue, Oct 14th 9:54am EDT

Percy Harvin had a Week 6 to forget, as he posted a negative yardage total.

Fantasy Impact: Harvin however did have an impressive 46 yard kick-return, but otherwise was shut out. After a big first 2 weeks Harvin has fantasy managers wondering what happened, as he's posted 2 sub-40 yard performances in a row. Harvin has been used strictly as a gadget player, and has little value in fantasy unless he's either being used down-field, or receiving a ton of volume. Harvin is dropping in to WR3 territory, and is a dicey play in daily leagues.


By Alex Christian, Bills Correspondent, Fri, Oct 10th 12:36am EDT reported WR Percy Harvin missed Thursday's practice, and was listed on the injury report for the first time this season with a thigh injury. (Source:

Fantasy Impact: Harvin owners should be cautious with this news coming so late in the week. Continue to monitor Harvin's status up until game time Sunday afternoon. Doug Baldwin could be a deep sleeper should Harvin be inactive.


By Alex Christian, Bills Correspondent, Tue, Oct 7th 11:10am EDT

WR Percy Harvin had three touchdowns called back due to penalties in last night's 27-17 victory over the Redskins. He finished the night with 4 catches on 5 targets for 27 yards, and added 2 rushes for 7 yards.

Fantasy Impact: Owners of the WR had to think "what if" last night. However, Harvin's usage rate saw an increase with the absence of TE Zach Miller. Harvin's good health, added with his rapport with Russell Wilson should lead to many more multiple touchdown games. Let's hope this time they actually count.


By Michael White, Bills Correspondent, Wed, Oct 1st 2:42pm EDT

The Redskins have allowed 9 passing TDs in their last 4 home games and have been significantly better against the run than they have against the pass during the first quarter of the season.

Fantasy Impact: Although Harvin has been slightly disappointing to this point, owners should feel optimistic that they should receive some return on their investment this week. Washington has been one of the friendliest fantasy defenses through the air this season and has allowed the 7th most points to WRs so far. With a current position rank of a borderline WR3, FantasyPros consensus rankings place him as the #20 WR this week and he should be in most starting lineups. This is an important matchup for Harvin owners hoping they'll be able to trust the dynamic receiver against sub-par defenses, as the Seahawks' schedule opens up with multiple juicy matchups over the next couple of months.


By Michael White, Bills Correspondent, Wed, Oct 1st 2:35pm EDT

The Redskins have allowed 9 passing TDs in their last 4 home games and has fared considerably better against the run than they have against the pass so far this season.

Fantasy Impact: Although Harvin has been slightly disappointing to this point, owners should feel optimistic that they should receive some return on their investment this week. Washington has been one of the friendliest fantasy defenses through the air this season and has allowed the 7th most points to WRs so far. With a current position rank of a borderline WR3, FantasyPros consensus rankings place him as the #20 WR this week and he should be in most starting lineups. This is an important matchup for Harvin owners hoping they'll be able to trust the dynamic receiver against sub-par defenses, as the Seahawks' schedule opens up with multiple juicy matchups over the next couple of months.


By Michael White, Bills Correspondent, Wed, Oct 1st 2:26pm EDT

Washington has allowed 9 passing TDs in their last 4 home games and has fared much better against the run than they have against the pass through the first 4 weeks of the season.

Fantasy Impact: Although Harvin has been slightly disappointing so far this season, owners should be rewarded Monday night as the Seahawks face one of the friendliest fantasy defenses to QBs and WRs. Washington has allowed the second most fantasy points to WRs this year. With a position rank of a borderline WR3, FantasyPros consensus rankings put Harvin as the #20 wideout this week and he should be in most lineups. This matchup is likely to determine how much owners will be able to trust Harvin going forward, as the Seahawks schedule opens up with multiple juicy matchups throughout the next couple of months.


By Michael White, Bills Correspondent, Mon, Sep 22nd 11:58am EDT

Harvin finished with 7 receptions on 9 targets for only 42 yards in a 26-20 overtime win against Denver.

Fantasy Impact: After being teased in week one with a heavy workload, Harvin owners probably need to lower expectations after a second straight sub-par performance. Although he is a threat to score at any time and is one of the most explosive players in the league, his value to the Seattle offense greatly exceeds his value to fantasy owners. On numerous occasions he was used as a decoy as the Seahawks ran misdirection to the opposite side of where Harvin was moving in motion. He opens up the field for everyone else, but that doesn't help his owners. Until he starts making plays downfield, he is much more valuable in PPR formats and looks to be a borderline WR2 in standard formats so far.


By Brian Tesch, Bills Correspondent, Mon, Sep 15th 1:27pm EDT

Percy Harvin's day was highlighted by a 51 yard touchdown scamper (that should have been disallowed, as Harvin clearly stepped out of bounds) on a 1st quarter fly sweep. Percy gaveth, and he also tooketh away, as he fumbled a kick return, which led to a San Diego touchdown. On the day, Harvin totaled 50 yards on 2 rushes and 1 catch. (Source: The Seattle Times)

Fantasy Impact: It was a bizzare day for Harvin, as he burst out early, and then fizzled late (his second rush was stuffed for a 6 yard loss). In fact, Harvin was only used on 25 of 40 offensive snaps, less than Jermaine Kearse and Doug Baldwin. While his fantasy day was saved by the rushing touchdown, this was a game to forget for Harvin.


By Michael White, Bills Correspondent, Fri, Sep 5th 12:45am EDT

The Seahawks unleashed their new toy Thursday night as Seattle routed the Packers 36-16. Harvin was targeted 7 times for 7 catches and 59 yards and was handed the ball on the jet sweep and out of the backfield, receiving 4 carries for 41 yards.

Fantasy Impact: Harvin owners should have a big smile on their face after seeing how often the Seahawks got the ball into his hands. After unveiling the Jet sweep in the Super Bowl, it looks like it is here to stay. Interestingly, Harvin also shifted to the backfield out of an empty set more than once and received a carry on the run option. It certainly looks as though Harvin may have a chance to dominate PPR leagues the same way he did as a Viking. Another performance like this and Harvin owners may just have a must start WR on their roster that could end up as one of the best values in the league given were he was drafted.


By Brian Tesch, Bills Correspondent, Mon, Sep 1st 3:55pm EDT

After missing the final preseason game and some additional days to attend to a pesonal matter, Percy Harvin rejoined the team. (Source: The Tacoma News Tribune)

Fantasy Impact: This will not affect Harvin's role as a #1 WR and Kickoff Returner for the Seahawks when the take on the Packers Thursday. If you play in a league with a risk averse bunch, Harvin is going to be a great value. Harvin is being drafted as a WR2, but offers the upside of a low-end WR1. If Harvin can stay healthy in 2014, this is going to be the last year you can get him at this discounted price.


By Brian Tesch, Bills Correspondent, Sat, Aug 23rd 1:05am EDT

Percy Harvin took the first kick return for 46 yards, and caught all three of his targets, turning them into 46 yards.

Fantasy Impact: It looks as if Harvin will be Seattle's primary Kick Returner in 2014. On nearly all of his touches, Harvin forced missed tackles with his otherworldly agility. It seems the hip and head injuries that kept Harvin off the field during 2013 have had no lasting effects on Harvin, as he looks spry and slippery in 2014. While he wont get enough volume to be a week-to-week stud, expect some explosive games from Harvin this year, if he can stay healthy.


By Brian Tesch, Bills Correspondent, Wed, Aug 20th 1:20pm EDT

In the Seahawks 41-14 Week 2 win over the Chargers, Percy Harvin was targeted on 5 of Russell Wilson's 13 attempts. (Source:

Fantasy Impact: Harvin turned those 5 targets into 4 catches for 31 yards. Most of the targets were short passes, as his longest catch was for 11 yards. Harvin ran crisp routes and looked agile, displaying impressive timing with Russell Wilson. Harvin's presence on the field caused the Chargers to shade a safety Harvin's way, allowing TE Zach Miller to get wide open for a 37 yard gain. Harvin offers low-end WR1 upside in all leagues, and could be a bonafied WR1 in PPR formats, but he carries with him a monumental injury risk. If Harvin performs like he did against the Chargers for 16 games, you'll be crazy like a fox for drafting him.


By Brian Tesch, Bills Correspondent, Thu, Aug 14th 1:15pm EDT

When asked about Percy Harvin, Quarterback Russell Wilson stated “To have Percy for an entire training camp has really helped a lot,” Wilson said. “Our connection, as you guys probably saw today, we made a lot of plays doing a lot of great things, same with the other receivers too, as well. Our receiver position is looking very, very good right now, catching the ball extremely well. So to have Percy out there and his explosiveness, his tough mentality is great.” (Source: The Seattle Times)

Fantasy Impact: Remember that Harvin went down with a hip injury very early during training camp in 2013, and was only active for 1 game prior to the post-season. Wilson and Harvin have not had nearly enough time to develop a connection, and Harvin's return to health can only help their chemistry. It seems the Seahawks have decided to limit Harvin's snaps in the preseason, so we wont see this improved chemistry until week 1 at the earliest. Harvin is an intriguing option for fantasy owners who embrace risk.


By Jordan Coover, Bills Correspondent, Thu, Aug 14th 2:51am EDT

"The most impressive aspect about Harvin is that he participated – fully and impressively – from the first practice on July 25 to the 13th practice on Wednesday." ( (Source:

Fantasy Impact: As training camp ended today Percy Harvin was the unanimous selection for Seahawks camp MVP. This bodes well for the Seattle Seahawks, and fantasy owners alike. Currently he is being ranked on average as the 23rd wide receiver by fantasy experts this season. ( If he truly is as healthy as he looks this year, you could be getting a top-10 wide receiver talent at a very discounted price. The injury history will scare most people away and I am here to tell you that this is the year you buy into Percy Harvin. The Seahawks know that Harvin might possibly be the most talented player on their entire roster, and they will find creative ways to get the ball into his hands. On three offensive touches in the Super Bowl he had 50 total yards. Then there was his 87-yard kick return touchdown where he just outran the whole Broncos return team. Those are the type of results you get when Harvin touches the ball. Draft him this year with high confidence and you could be riding him to a fantasy championship.


By Brian Tesch, Bills Correspondent, Wed, Aug 13th 10:01am EDT

Percy Harvin returned to practice yesterday after limping to the locker room. (Source: The Everett Herald)

Fantasy Impact: Harvin had an adverse reaction to having his heel stepped on, and was only out for a couple of minutes.Needless to say, anytime the historically injury-prone Harvin leaves the field, fantasy owners hold their collective breath.


By Brian Tesch, Bills Correspondent, Sun, Aug 10th 6:03pm EDT

According to official snap count reports, Percy Harvin was only on the field for one offensive snap, and did not return kicks in the opening preseason game against the Broncos. (Source: The Seattle Times)

Fantasy Impact: it looks like the Seahawks understand the duality of Harvin: as he has truly unique ability, and a lengthy injury history. Harvin is currently being drafted as a low end WR2, just low enough to potentially deliver huge value, but just high enough to be a huge risk. Look for Harvin to continue to be a polarizing player in fantasy drafts.


By Jordan Melchiorre, Bills Correspondent, Sat, Aug 9th 8:49am EDT

Danny Kelly, editor-in-chief and lead writer at, said that Percy Harvin's 'been electrifying and has made a big play just about everyday at camp". (Source: SB Nation Mile High Report)

Fantasy Impact: Percy Harvin's combination of speed and vision make him borderline unstoppable when he can stay healthy, as he was in 2011. Harvin had 1312 total yards from scrimmage that year, on 87 receptions and 52 rushing attempts. That means he was good for over 9 yards a touch, which doesn't include the 520 yards he gained on return yards. The news that he is showing signs of his freakish potential is great news for owners and makes him well worth the health risk.


By Michael White, Bills Correspondent, Wed, Jul 30th 7:37pm EDT

The Seahawks unleashed Percy Harvin in a new way during Super Bowl 48, introducing the world to their version of the fly sweep. Multiple local beat writers have already taken note of it's effectiveness so far during camp. (Source:

Fantasy Impact: After compiling over 1800 rushing yards in his 3 year career as a Florida Gator, Harvin averaged nearly 3 carries a game during his last 3 years with the Vikings. Alongside plays like bubble and smoke screens, owners should see Harvin touch the ball quite frequently in 2014. Seattle barely got a chance to pull it's new Ferrari out of the garage last season, so fantasy owners should expect them to take it out often and open it up full throttle this time around. The risk-averse may shy away, but savvy owners that realize Harvin's nearly unlimited potential should benefit greatly from taking him earlier than his current ADP as a low end WR2 would suggest, and should be rewarded for their foresight.


By Brian Tesch, Bills Correspondent, Sat, Jul 26th 2:20pm EDT

Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports that WR Percy Harvin is "in the mix" for punt return duties. (Source: The Seattle Times)

Fantasy Impact: While Harvin has proven himself to be a dynamo of a kick-returner, he has not fielded a punt return in a game since high-school. While no one doubts Harvin's electricity in the open field would generate some highlight-reel returns, fantasy owners are better off having the majority of Harvin's touches come on offense. If Harvin were to win the job it would be a mixed blessing, while the potential exists for an additional return touchdown or two; return duties would put the historically brittle Harvin on the field in situations where he is more likely to be injured than produce fantasy points. While those in return yardage leagues need to monitor this situation because of the possibility for even more scoring from Harvin, standard league drafters should hope that someone else steps in and takes the job.


By Michael White, Bills Correspondent, Fri, Jul 25th 6:05pm EDT

Having missed all but 68 plays for the defending World Champions last season, Percy Harvin told ESPN 710 Seattle that he is fully healthy and ready for a big year on day one of Seahawks training camp. (Source: ESPN 710 Seattle)

Fantasy Impact: Anyone that watched the Super Bowl knows how explosive Percy Harvin can be. The fact that he is now healthy, along with the development of Russell Wilson, the addition of more offensive weapons, and the evolution of Darell Bevell's playbook, should have fantasy owners drooling over the prospects of drafting one of the truly great playmakers in the NFL. Considering how many inventive ways the Seahawks will be able to use Harvin's unique skillset, his current ADP as the 22nd receiver coming off the board seems like a steal. Draft him as a WR2 and you may very well be rewarded with WR1 production.

The NY Times | Jul 31st
New team is run dominant and QB terrible. Will likely find a fantasy home based on namesake.
Breaking Football | Jul 30th
He's the 2nd or 3rd option in a run heavy offense with no QB. Awesome.
WalterFootball | Jul 29th
Harvin is one of the most dynamic players in the league, but his skill set just doesn't lend itself to consistency. His running style is hard nosed and leads to injuries while his route running and height don't lead to easy, non-contact receptions. He should have been a running back, but his size just wouldn't allow it.
RotoBaller | Jul 17th
There was a time that many football fans fervently believed that Percy Harvin was destined to become one of the most dynamic, dangerous weapons in the league. The idea hardly seemed crazy, as Harvin was a young wide receiver who possessed a unique skill-set that made him a threat to break off a monster play... Read More