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|Harvin meets with Bills, Patriots up next? -- Fri Mar 13 10:39 am --|
Free agent wideout planning his next move
|Before the Jets cut receiver Percy Harvin, the teams to watch for his services were the Packers, Chargers, and Patriots. But then the move happened, and the Bills moved quickly to bring him to Buffalo.
The two-day visit ended Thursday. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Harvin is now taking some time to plan his next move. Some have suggested that a visit to the Patriots will be happening. It could (and some would say it should), but it hasn’t been planned yet. (ProFootballTalk)|
FF Today's Take: Harvin played under Rex Ryan with the Jets. He'd be a good fit paired alongside Sammy Watkins but his fantasy value would be limited with Matt Cassel or EJ Manuel under center.
|Jets release Percy Harvin -- Tue Mar 10 6:10 pm --|
Jets save $10.5 million on the salary cap
|Four days after acquiring wide receiver Brandon Marshall in a now-official trade, the New York Jets made the expected follow-up move Tuesday, releasing receiver Percy Harvin. By releasing Harvin, who had four nonguaranteed years left on his contract, the Jets will save $10.5 million on the salary cap. They are not stuck with any "dead" money. (ESPN)|
FF Today's Take: Harvin has now spent time with the Vikings, Seahakws and Jets over the last three years. Just 26 years old, he has plenty of football left but rumblings run-ins with coaches and issues in the locker room are keeping him from settling into his career. The Chargers and Patriots are rumored to have interest in his services.
|Brandon Marshall heading to the Jets -- Fri Mar 6 11:05 am --|
Compensation unclear at this time
|Bears have agreed to trade WR Brandon Marshall to the Jets pending a physical, per league source. (Adam Schefter on Twitter)|
FF Today's Take: This move marks a downturn for Marshall's fantasy value considering the quarterback situation in New York. Geno Smith has thrown just 25 touchdown passes in two seasons. In a ripple effect, Alshon Jeffery gets a rise in fantasy value and becomes the clear No.1 receiver in Chicago. This move likely means the Jets will walk on Percy Harvin.