Report: Percy Harvin deal an absolute low-risk steal for the Jets

The Seattle Seahawks gave up a first-round draft pick to get WR Percy Harvin. On Friday, they traded him to the New York Jets for what amounts to a conditional mid-round pick.

Albert Breer of the NFL Network points out that the Seahawks spent over $2 million per game played during Harvin's short stay in Seattle:

Despite the fact that general manager John Idzik is giving up cap space in his trade for the oft-injured speedster, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that the Jets could easily walk away from this deal (which cost them just conditional draft picks) smelling like roses:

All in all, the Jets picked up Harvin on an extremely low-risk deal, signaling a potential coup for embattled GM John Idzik.


Report: Percy Harvin Traded To The Jets

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