Nobody wants to pony up? We say fine and keep him and give it one more try to make it work. IF he turns into even more of a headache he hurts his own value as a free agent next year. IF he doesn't play this year, the contract doesn't just go away, does it?
Five potential landing spots for Percy Harvin - NFL.com
In fact, I see Miami and New England as quite potentially, the two biggest bidders, and they are in the same division, so we get them going head-to-head, and I think we get a nice package. Hopefully, enough to rebuild our aging Defense and add a couple of young playmakers to the offense. And then we can also think about adding a guy like Jennings or Welker on a 2-3 year deal to help mentor our young guys, Wright included.
For the love of God just don't turn this into another Moss for Williamson type of deal. We've been trying to recover from that ooops for what, ten years now!!???