It finally looks like Minnesota Vikings receiver Percy Harvin is going to get his wish; he will now suit up for the Seattle Seahawks in 2013.
The Vikings and Seahawks have reportedly come to terms that will send the disgruntled receiver and his headaches to the upper northwest for a first round pick in the 2013 Draft.
This was going to be the second season in a row that Harvin was the focus of trade rumors; and finally Vikings ownership pulled that plug before it could get started.
The Vikings originally stated that Harvin was not available and would not be traded; something must have happened to change that tune.
Considering what Harvin has throwing the ball to him in Minnesota; he has all the right in the world to be upset and want to play for a different team.
In 2013, the Vikings ranked 31st in the league with quarterback Christian Ponder throwing the ball. In the Vikings' playoff loss against the Green Bay Packers; Ponder played the injury card that put Joe Webb on the scene. Webb showed by his performance in that game that he needs to do anything besides play football.
Now maybe going to play with the Seahawks and for coach Pete Carroll; Harvin's headaches will go away where he can showcase the talents that led to him being drafted in the first round out of Florida.
Harvin has showed at times that he is the great receiver that won a National Championship with the Gators. He was Rookie of the Year in 2009, and was also selected as an All-Pro and to the Pro Bowl that same season.
Over his four seasons in the league, Harvin has played in 54 regular season games. In those game he has made 280 catches for 3,302 yards, and 20 touchdowns. Harvin has also been a exceptional return specialist with a long return of 105 yards, and five touchdowns.
Harvin is basically all the Seahawks' offense needs with the young explosive team they already have. Last season was just a taste of what the Seahawks have to offer with the playoff run they made. Now that rookie quarterback Russell Wilson has Harvin and Golden Tate to throw the ball to, they could be the most dangerous team in the league in 2013.