Bills wide receiver Percy Harvin didn’t travel to London for his team’s game against the Jaguars, leading most to assume that he stayed home because of his lingering hip injury. Head coach Rex Ryan raised some eyebrows, however, when he said that Harvin was missing the London game due to “personal reasons.” According…
The Buffalo News has a mini-profile of new Bills receiver Percy Harvin, the point of which is to show Harvin as a man at a crossroads. Will he go on being an alleged locker-room cancer, or will a fresh start in Buffalo be what he needs to finally reach his potential? That’s all worth considering, but what we’re really…
(We seriously have no idea why this man came over and opened Percy Harvin's Gatorade bottle.)
Bleacher Report's Mike Freeman spent some time musing today on the fallout from the Percy Harvin trade, which has seen Harvin painted as a moody malcontent. Citing an anonymous Seahawks player, Freeman reports that a big reason Harvin was traded was his continued animosity toward quarterback Russell Wilson, which was…
As usual in the NFL, sources are pushing out Percy Harvin's past misdeeds to explain the Seahawks' unexpected decision to trade the receiver to the Jets. The Seattle Times picked up a few instances, including a couple of fights with teammates—like the time he reportedly gave Golden Tate a black eye before the…
What the hell? The Seahawks are reportedly shipping wide receiver Percy Harvin to the Jets for a conditional draft pick. Jay Glazer had the scoop first.
Percy Harvin scored a pretty boss 51-yard TD run, but replays definitively showed that he stepped out around the 21-yard line. How on earth did officials miss this?
It was near-impossible to imagine things getting worse for the Broncos, but here we are. The Seahawks now lead 29-0 thanks to Percy Harvin. Harvin scooped up the kick (designed to prevent this exact outcome) at the 12-yard line and took off, breaking a couple arm tackles at the 35 and shaking Matt Prater out of his…
Percy Harvin is playing for the first time since November 17, 2013. This, a 15-yard penalty for targeting a defenseless receiver, is the first play he's been involved in. Yeah, that's his mouth guard flying out.
Percy Harvin is headed to Seattle. Let's deal with this news, first with reason and then with angry, drunken homerism.
Seattle, just two points from the NFC Championship game, gets another fancy toy for its emerging star quarterback to play with. The Seahawks have acquired Percy Harvin from Minnesota for draft picks, and just like that, the two early favorites for 2013 are both in the NFC West.
While it may not approach Jon Hamm-trouser snake levels, Percy Harvin makes an impressive appearance in The New York Times this morning. Click to enlarge.
Since the Brett Favre story has gone from salacious "internet report" to a talking point on Access Hollywood, many, many people are finding out that, yes, we do pay for stories every once in a while.
Vikings all-everything Percy Harvin, suffering from a migraine during practice, vomited on the sidelines and collapsed. He was taken to a nearby hospital by ambulance and caused ESPN copy-editors to miss a typo which referred to Harvin as "Migraine." H/T six tipsters.
Percy Harvin, presented without comment: "If I could trade places for a day with anyone: Tim Tebow....We saw all kind of actors and news reporters just kind of blatantly say, "Tebow, I want you." And he turned them down. I'm looking at him, like, "Man, you are crazy." [Pioneer Press]
From annoyed emailer: "Supposedly percy vomitted on a plane a few times and stayed the night at a hospital in florida. They have tested for swine flu and it came back negative. Again, via KFAN."