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Why New York Jets WR Percy Harvin should be the next big name to take a pay cut

After leading his team to a third-consecutive AFC West title, a 12-4 record and the No. 2 seed in the conference, Peyton Manning was asked to take a pay cut; that’s a huge piece of humble pie for a quarterback who is 38-10 since taking over in Denver. But the Broncos needed salary cap help, so their highest-paid player was the leading candidate to provide them some much-needed...
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Percy Harvin Willing To Test Free Agent Market Rather Than Take A Pay Cut

Jason Cole, citing a source close to Percy Harvin, reports that the Jets have approached by about taking a pay cut. However, Harvin is reportedly unwilling to accept any decrease in pay for next season. According to Cole, Harvin could be open to the idea of restructuring his contract, but the Jets have yet to offer him ... The post Percy Harvin Willing To Test Free Agent Market...
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Several Teams Reportedly “Covet” Percy Harvin On A Short-Term Deal

Jason La Canfora reports that Percy Harvin will not accept a pay cut to be back with the Jets, which leads him to believe that Harvin’s release is “imminent.” Interesting enough, several teams reportedly “covet” Harvin on a short-term contract, according to La Canfora. Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reported earlier in the week that the Jets and Harvin’s agent are...
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Report: The San Diego Chargers could land Percy Harvin this offseason

The San Diego Chargers could be in the running for the super fast, yet reportedly troubled Percy Harvin, according to Pro Football Talk. If the Jets and Percy Harvin can't work out a new deal, keep a very close eye on the Packers, Patriots, and Chargers — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) February 24, 2015 Mike Florio has all the details as to how Harvin...
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Patriots among teams interested in Percy Harvin

It appears that Percy Harvin will be joining in his fourth team in a handful of seasons given the belief that he is unwilling to accept a reduced deal in order to remain with the New York Jets. Could the New England Patriots be interested in bringing the talented but enigmatic offensive weapon? CBS NFL...Read More The post Patriots reportedly among teams interested in Percy Harvin...
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RPT: Harvin unlikely to restructure deal with Jets

How much is Percy Harvin worth to the New York Jets? Not anything less than he was last year--at least that's apparently the attitude within the all-purpose player's camp.CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reported Monday that he'd be "shocked" if Harvin agreed to a reduced deal with Gang Green. Harvin is due more than $10 million this coming season, and the Jets are likely to approach...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Jets: 5 Receivers who stood out at NFL Combine

Amari Cooper had a productive day at the NFL Combine yesterday, running the 40-yard dash in 4.43 seconds. The NFL Combine will conclude tomorrow afternoon after defensive backs have their chance to show their skills in Indianapolis. Today’s workouts featured the nations top defensive linemen and linebackers, but it is yesterday’s skill position players that has the football...
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New York Jets: Free agents to target

Spiller has a chance to reunite with his old head coach in new Jets offensive coordinator Chan Gailey. With the likelihood of them releasing wide receiver Percy Harvin increasing by the day, the New York Jets are going to be heading into free agency with a projected $57 million in cap space. The Jets have a lot of needs at a lot of different positions, but there is a lot of talent...
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New York Jets: Percy Harvin Situation

    The New York Jets will have a big decision to make in regards to Percy Harvin. The New York Jets put themselves in a bind when former general manager John Idzik traded for wide receiver Percy Harvin last season from the Seattle Seahawks. In fact, the trade costs the Jets draft picks and the responsibility for a solid chunk of his contract. If the Jets decide to keep Harvin...
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Rumor: Percy Harvin to be released by Jets?

Rich Cimini of ESPN New York takes a look at the New York Jets wide receivers and comes to the conclusion that Percy Harvin may be the odd man out: The big decision involves Harvin, who has four years, $41.5 million remaining on the contract inherited from the Seattle Seahawks — none of it guaranteed. The Jets must make the call by March 19. If he’s still on the roster, they...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

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