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16 Percy Harvin WR
Height/Weight: 5-11/184 | Birthdate: 5/28/1988 | Birthplace: Chesapeake, VA, USA | Team: New York | College: Florida | NFL Experience: 6 | Owned/Started%: 94/24 | Average Draft Position: 61.52
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Percy Harvin nearly invisible in Week 12 loss


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11/24/2014) Receiver Percy Harvin caught 14 passes and rushed seven times in the two games preceding the Jets' bye. In Monday's loss to the Bills, he was nearly invisible. Harvin made a 2-yard catch on five targets and got zero carries.

Harvin plays the Dolphins in Week 13.


Jets' Harvin expects 'to play much faster' in rematch with Bills


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/18/2014) Jets wide receiver Percy Harvin is expecting to make a bigger impact in a rematch with the Bills in Week 12 after making a minimal contributions during his New York debut in Week 8 against Buffalo.

Harvin said playing in the first game against the Bills "was real tough" because he had limited knowledge of the Jets' playbook following his acquisition from Seattle, per NJ.com.

"That’s why I couldn’t play as fast as I wanted to play, because I was still trying to make sure I lined up in the right place, and didn’t want to look like I didn’t know what was going on out there," he said. "This time, I’ll be able to play much faster. I won’t be thinking so much."


Several Jets backs contribute to upset defeat of Steelers


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/9/2014) The Jets divided up their carries effectively Sunday against Pittsburgh with Chris Ivory leading the way.

Ivory rushed for 33 yards on seven carries early, then did a lot of standing around on the sideline before returning to finish with 51 yards on 14 attempts. All-purpose Percy Harvin had 33 yards on six rushes while adding three catches for 23 yards. Chris Johnson added 23 yards on seven attempts and one reception for 12 yards. Bilal Powell managed four yards on his only run.


Probables all cleared by Jets for Week 10 game


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/9/2014) All the Jets probables have received the thumbs-up for action Sunday against Pittsburgh, including quarterbacks Michael Vick (foot) and Geno Smith (shoulder). Among the others are offensive linemen Oday Aboushi (shoulder), Willie Colon (knee), Breno Giacomini (illness) and Nick Mangold (shoulder), linebacker David Harris (shoulder), wide receiver Percy Harvin (heel) and defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson (illness).


Nine injured Jets offensive players probable for Sunday


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/7/2014) Nine offensive players for the Jets have been deemed probable for the Sunday game against Pittsburgh with minor injuries, including linemen Oday Aboushi (shoulder), Willie Colon (knee), Breno Giacomini (illness) and Nick Mangold (shoulder).

The other offensive probables are wide receivers Greg Salas (wrist) and Percy Harvin (heel), running back Chris Johnson (ankle) and quarterbacks Michael Vick (foot) and Geno Smith (shoulder).


Percy Harvin no decoy with Jets


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(11/2/2014) Though the Seahawks seemed all too comfortable using wide receiver Percy Harvin as a decoy to open up the field for their other players in his year-plus in Seattle, the Jets showed Week 9 at Kansas City that they'd prefer to put the ball in his own hands.

Playing with quarterback Michael Vick, Harvin was the Jets' most targeted and most productive wide receiver, hauling in 11 passes for 129 yards. The 11 catches were more than he had in any of his eight games with the Seahawks, playoffs included. Same goes for the 129 yards.

Harvin wasn't the only wide receiver in Vick's sights. Eric Decker had 12 targets, just one fewer than Harvin. But Harvin got the high-percentage throws and, as he was known to do during his time with Minnesota, frequently turned them into intermediate gains.

Granted, this was only Harvin's second game with the Jets, but considering it was his first game with significant playing time, the results were everything you could have hoped for. If nothing else, you'll want go ahead and get him active in PPR leagues for Week 10 against Pittsburgh.


Jets WR Percy Harvin has first 100-yard game in more than two years


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/2/2014) Jets wide receiver Percy Harvin had his first 100-yard receiving game in more than two years during a 24-10 loss Week 9 at Kansas City. Harvin's last 100-yard receiving game came Oct. 14, 2012, when he was with the Vikings.

Harvin did most of his damage Sunday in the second half after he totaled just four catches for 19 yards in the first half. A bulk of Harvin's yards came on a 42-yard catch late in the fourth quarter. He finished with a team-high 129 yards on 11 catches. He was targeted 13 times and had one carry for 8 yards.

Harvin had just 25 catches for 155 yards in five games coming into Week 9. The Jets are back in action Week 10 vs. Pittsburgh.


Percy Harvin totals 50 yards in Jets debut in Week 8 loss


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(10/26/2014) Jets wide receiver Percy Harvin made his debut with his new team Sunday, catching just three of his nine targets for 22 yards while adding 28 yards on four rushes in his team's 43-23 loss to the Bills in Week 8.

Harvin struggled to break big plays during his tenure with the Seahawks, but he did catch 22 of his 26 passes with his former team this season before the trade. He didn't come near that catch rate Sunday as two Jets quarterbacks struggled to find any production in the passing game. Harvin did finish second on the team in targets and tied for second in touches. The Jets will hit the road to face the Chiefs in Week 9.


Percy Harvin's role still undefined with Jets


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(10/23/2014) The Jets aren't sure what role Percy Harvin will play on offense Sunday, according to the Associated Press. 

Harvin is still in the process of digesting the playbook, and it's unclear how the team will opt to feature him in his first game. "He's just getting himself sort of integrated right now, so we'll see," offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg said. 

Receivers coach Sanjay Lal has been working with Harvin one-on-one to help him learn the playbook. There's a chance Harvin's snap count will be limited his first game out based on how well he understands the team's offense.


Jets WR Percy Harvin to media: Mum's the word


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(10/23/2014) Newly acquired wideout Percy Harvin has told media members covering the Jets on Wednesday that he has been instructed not to conduct any interviews with them, per the New York Daily News.

It remains to be seen if Harvin fulfills media obligations by being allowed to speak on Friday, as the team promised.

With the Jets already having careened out out of the playoff race, the controversial acquisition of Harvin from Seattle has undergone great scrutiny. Harvin spoke on Monday about the circumstances involed in his departure from the Seahawks - including fights with fellow receivers Doug Baldwin and Golden Tate.


Seahawks coordinator 'disappointed' about Harvin's tenure with team


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(10/23/2014) Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell expressed his disappointment wide receiver Percy Harvin wasn't able to have more personal success with the team prior to being traded to the Jets last week. Bevell, who was the Vikings offensive coordinator during Harvin's first two years in the NFL (2009-10), was hoping his history with Harvin would be a major factor during his tenure with Seattle.

"I was disappointed, you know. I was disappointed. I did have a history with him, and I thought it would be a different outcome. But I guess that’s just the way it went," Bevell said, per The News Tribune. "I think we have a phenomenal atmosphere here. It’s led by coach (Pete) Carroll. I think he gives the guys great freedom to be who they want to be. I think he sets the tone for the whole program. It’s an upbeat program. Obviously we are very positive here. It’s just disappointing."

Harvin recently expressed his disappointment with how he was used on offense in Seattle. Bevell said he called bubble screens and hitch routes for Harvin to keep teams from double-teaming him downfield.

"I had many conversations with him about it, just about his role and the things that we would ask him to do. He never articulated that to me," Bevell said. "I mean, he caught a deep ball in the Washington game (40 yards for what would have been a touchdown but for a personal foul on guard James Carpenter that negated the catch); unfortunately it got called back. But the thing was we wanted to make sure he was going to be involved in the game and get the touches. You know, you can just double team somebody and just take him out of the game (with deeper balls). He never did. But we’ve moved on past that. It’s left in the past."


Jets are not expecting Percy Harvin to play 50 snaps Week 8


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(10/22/2014) Jets coach Rex Ryan said wide receiver Percy Harvin will be considered for punt and kickoff returns. While he will also play on offense Week 8 against the Bills, Ryan said it's unrealistic for Harvin to play 50 snaps. The Jets acquired Harvin in a trade with the Seahawks last week.

Percy Harvin was frustrated with role in Seahawks offense


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(10/20/2014) Jets wide receiver Percy Harvin said he doesn't know how he will be used in New York's West Coast offense, but is hoping for a different role than he had with Seattle. Harvin said he grew frustrated with how Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell used him on offense.

"Not that I didn’t like what I was doing. I just wanted to do a little bit more as a receiver," he said, per NJ.com. "I wanted to get downfield just a little bit more than what I was doing. That definitely caused frustration a little bit."

Harvin totaled 22 catches for 133 yards and 11 rushes for 92 yards in five games with Seattle. However, none of his 26 targets went for 20 or more yards, according to Pro Football Focus.

"You could put a lot of different things to the numbers," he said. "But that was one of the key things that drove a little frustration."


Idzik: Percy Harvin could be 'a potential coup for the Jets'


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(10/20/2014) Although wide receiver Percy Harvin arrives in New York amid rumors of multiple physical altercations with former Seattle teammates, Jets general manager John Idzik is excited to have Harvin on the roster.

"This can be a potential coup for the Jets," Idzik said Monday, per the New York Daily News.

Despite Harvin's past, Idzik said the team did "a ton" of background work on Harvin and doesn't believe Harvin will be disruptive.

"You never know how a player is going to behave, react, respond until you put him in your environment," Idzik said. "In Percy’s case, University of Florida, Minnesota, Seattle, they’re all different environments than here in New York. We have a very healthy environment for Percy Harvin. 

"It’s really immersing him in what it is to act like a Jet, be a Jet, play like a Jet."


Report: Seahawks were open to trading Percy Harvin for weeks


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(10/19/2014) Prior to dealing wide receiver Percy Harvin to the Jets, the Seahawks were open to trading him for weeks, according to NFL.com National Insider Ian Rapoport. Among the teams the Seahawks contacted were the Browns, Buccaneers, Colts and Broncos.

While the Jets had the best deal, the Seahawks were interested in trading for Browns tight end Jordan Cameron. However, a deal including Cameron never materialized.

The Seahawks eventually dealt Harvin to New York in exchange for a 2015 sixth-round pick, which could become a fourth-rounder if the Jets retain Harvin beyond this season.


Seahawks, Jets complete Percy Harvin trade


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(10/18/2014) The Jets acquired wide receiver Percy Harvin from the Seahawks for an undisclosed draft pick Saturday, the teams announced.

The draft pick is a conditional sixth-round pick that can become a fourth-round pick, NFL.com reports. Harvin managed 133 yards on 22 receptions in six games before the trade, adding 92 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries.


Report: Jets acquire WR Percy Harvin in trade with Seahawks


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(10/17/2014) The Jets have acquired wide receiver Percy Harvin from the Seahawks for a conditional draft pick, FOX Sports Jay Glazer reports Friday.

Harvin, who is dealing with a thigh injury, was listed as questionable for Sunday before the trade. Since the Jets played on Thursday, he'll get an extra week of rest before making his debut Week 8 against the Bills.

Harvin has 22 catches for 133 yards through five games. He has yet to post more than 60 receiving yards in a game.


Seahawks WR Percy Harvin questionable for Week 7


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(10/17/2014) Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin was officially ruled as questionable for Sunday's game at St. Louis in Week 7 because of a thigh injury, the team announced. Harvin, who was unable to practice on Wednesday and Thursday, returned to work on Friday as a limited participant. 

Harvin has 22 catches for 133 yards through five games. He has yet to post more than 60 receiving yards in a game.


Thigh injury keeps Seahawks WR Percy Harvin out of practice


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(10/16/2014) Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin was unable to practice for the second straight day on Thursday, the Seattle Times reports. Similar to last week's injury report, Harvin was listed as non-injury related on Wednesday, but the team added him on with a thigh injury on Thursday.

The Seahawks will travel to St. Louis for a divisional showdown against the Rams in Week 7.

Percy Harvin goes for negative yardage


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(10/12/2014) The Cowboys were ready for the Seahawks' bubble screens to wideout Percy Harvin. The Seattle speedster caught three passes for zero yards Sunday, and rushed three times for minus-1 yard.

Harvin, who has yet to clear 60 receiving yards in any game, will try to get untracked Week 7 at St. Louis.


Percy Harvin ready to roll


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(10/12/2014) Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin, who was probable with a thigh injury, is active as expected for the game against the Cowboys. Harvin had three touchdowns called back on penalties last Monday at Washington.

Seahawks' Percy Harvin probable for Week 6


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(10/10/2014) Seahawks wideout Percy Harvin, who popped up on the injury report Thursday with a thigh issue, returned to the practice field on Friday. He was ruled probable for Sunday's Week 6 clash at home against the Cowboys.

Harvin has 19 catches for 133 yards on the season.


Seahawks' Percy Harvin misses practice Thursday


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(10/9/2014) Seahawks wideout Percy Harvin was not at practice Thursday.

Harvin showed up on the injury report with a thigh injury. Harvin was not listed on the team's injury report Wednesday. Harvin's status will likely be determined based on how much he's able to practice Friday.


Percy Harvin in shock about three TDs called back


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(10/7/2014) Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin said he couldn't believe it when his 41-yard touchdown catch against the Redskins was wiped out by a personal foul Monday night. It was his third score negated by penalty.

"First one, I was cool with, I was like, OK," Harvin told the Seattle Times. "Then the second one happened, and I was like, wow. Then the third one happened, I just flipped my hands down. I couldn’t believe it. But at the same time, penalties are part of football…I try not to think about it too much; we got the W."

Coach Pete Carroll said Harvin was "extraordinary" despite finishing with 34 yards from scrimmage.

"I don’t think I’ve ever seen a game like Percy had," Carroll said. "That would have been a phenomenal game -- it was -- unfortunately the touchdowns got called back, but he was extraordinary. He impacted so much of this game… He had a big factor in this game even though he isn’t going to get the numbers to show for it."

Percy Harvin scores three touchdowns that don't count


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(10/6/2014) Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin had a remarkable three touchdowns called back by penalty in Monday's win at Washington. The first two occurred on consecutive plays, a handoff and a quick screen, in the second quarter.

In the fourth quarter, Harvin got wide open behind the secondary for an easy 41-yard touchdown only to see it negated by guard James Carpenter's personal foul. Harvin ended up catching four of five targets for 27 yards and rushing twice for 7 yards.

He'll play the Cowboys in Week 6.