Percy Harvin
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#48#20WR #22- 
The New York Times | Jul 23rd
Versatility too good to pass up because of durability concerns.
Breaking Football | Jul 22nd
Upside is obvs there but this guy just can't stay healthy. Run first offense caps value, anyways.
Rotoworld | Jul 22nd
Adam Levitan breaks down eight players going too high in fantasy drafts, including Percy Harvin.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 21st
A healthy Harvin is so dangerous with Russell Wilson. He will shine in 2014 and return to elite status.
FFLockerRoom | Jul 20th
Harvin is expected to see a increased role and should be an every down player. Prior to getting hurt, Harvin had produced at least 60-plus receptions in each season while recording 750-plus yards in 3 of those 4 seasons. The often injured but explosive receiver averaged 61.1 receiving yards and 12.6 rushing yards per game before 2013, totaling 24 touchdowns in 54 games. He’s expected to be the No. 1 receiver for the Seahawks with Tate gone. He is a classic boom-or-bust type of player has the potential to be a No.1 fantasy receiver but we suggest drafting Harvin as a No.2 if he falls to you, if not let someone else take the gamble.
Win My Fantasy League | Jul 20th
Would be ranked as a WR1 if Seattle let Wilson loose
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
Harvin has WR1 upside, but a lost season due to injury and future injury concerns have me ranking him as a WR2. The loss of WR Golden Tate in free agency will make him the focal point of the Hawks passing game.
ESPN | Jul 11th
Christopher Harris lists 10 players of great importance for the 2014 fantasy football season.
NFL.com | Jun 24th
In today's Three and Out: The Seahawks want to reduce the wear-and-tear on Percy Harvin; David Wilson is closer to returning to the field.
4for4.com | Jun 11th
I was disappointed when Percy Harvin was declared out for the entire 2013 season after undergoing hip surgery. That’s not because I was salivating at the thought of drafting Harvin as a centerpiece of my various fantasy squads, but because I was very much looking forward to my opponents making that mistake. ...