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Percy Harvin May Still be on Packers’ Radar

Percy Harvin

Last week, we suggested the Green Bay Packers sign receiver Percy Harvin to replace Randall Cobb.

That’s when we thought Randall Cobb was leaving for more money. Such a move made sense at the time because Harvin and Cobb are similar players, but Harvin would clearly be a cheaper option.

Apparently, it’s an option that isn’t yet off the table, despite Cobb returning to the fold.

Although Harvin is currently visiting Buffalo, the Packers are reportedly still in the mix.

Why the Packers would be interested in Harvin at this point, we’re not really sure. They obviously have Cobb and they also have two younger, slot-type receivers in Jeff Janis and Jared Abbrederis.

That being said, we wouldn’t complain if they signed Harvin too.

He fits the Cobb mold in that he can do it all. In fact, Harvin is a better return man and rusher than Cobb is. He could be a sort-of Swiss Army knife in the Packers offense.

Obviously, this would have to a right-price-for-the-Packers kind of deal. In our minds, that makes it unlikely since there are still other teams interested.

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44 Comments

  1. billybong March 11, 2015

    How about trying to field a good defense, our offense is pretty good…a cornerback, an ILB, a DT….lets see some improvement there, not where the Pack is already ridiculously strong…..

    1. Church Lady March 11, 2015

      Amen. Unless they put 60 lbs of muscle on Percy Harvin and teach him to tackle Marshawn Lynch, I think we are better served focusing elsewhere…

  2. Georgie Pudding Pie March 11, 2015

    The offense is in desperate need of a veteran tight end. Maybe Finley can come back, broken neck and all.

  3. Dave March 11, 2015

    Yes, get the underachieving Percy Harvin to Green Bay. What a great role model this mother fucker would be. Ted Thompson can’t sign free agents, so let him do this shit. Man, the Packers suck balls

    1. Tucson Packer March 11, 2015

      Good grief Dave, you just wont stop.
      You have convinced me in the Superiority of the Vikings, just look at the numbers, you are absolutely correct. I can no longer argue the facts.

    2. Kozak March 11, 2015

      STFU. They signed Cobb and Bulaga. He signed Peppers last year. In case you haven’t noticed the Packers have been competitive for the last 20 years and have been to the playoffs 7 straight years. Most teams would kill to suck like that.

    3. Nick Perry March 11, 2015

      At least we didn’t sign Reggie Bush, talk about underachieving!!!! Then again Lions fans know all about that. Keep talking Dave, you guys are hilarious!!!!

  4. Dave March 11, 2015

    I am not a Vikings fan, Tucson Packer. I am a Lions fan, somebody who knows damn well what a bad locker room presence looks like, and Percy Harvin is just that.

    1. Kozak March 11, 2015

      A Lions fan. That explains the basic stupid. You have NO IDEA what a winner looks like.

      1. Dave March 11, 2015

        Actually, I do know what a winner looks like because I grew up watching Barry Sanders in the 90’s and the Lions make the playoffs 6 out of 10 seasons. Also, since the start of the new decade, the Lions have made the playoffs 2 out of 4 seasons. Any logical person would know that that’s not bad. And wow, he signed Julius Peppers. Great, one guy doesn’t make a team. And if he didn’t find a way to re-sign Cobb (a #2 WR) and Bulaga ( who should have been more of a priority than Cobb) then that would make him as smart as a pile of shit.

        1. Howard March 11, 2015

          Yes a real winning tradition. 1 win and 11 loses in the playoffs since 1957. I guess all the lion Super Bowl trophies offset that losing playoff record. Oops no Super Bowl trophies for the lions, oh shit the lions have not even been to the Super Bowl? The only way you know what a winner looks like is watching the Packers kick the lions ass in every game that counts. Thanks for stopping by and sharing some fond memories of past Packer playoff and division championship victories over the lions. A real thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

          1. Dave March 11, 2015

            Howard, the game two years on Thanksgiving against the Lions counted, and we won. The first game against the Lions this season counted, and we won that too. And do I sense that somebody is getting a little nervous because he knows that the Lions were on his teams trail this year and will be right back in that same spot next year? Aaron Rodgers is 31, while Matthew Stafford is only 27 (which is btw, the age when Aaron Rodgers won his first playoff game). That means that if Stafford gets it together (which he will), by the time he is 31 and nearing the end of his prime, Rodgers will be 35 and because of his injury prone past, might not even be in the league. The tables are turning, and they are turning in favor of the Detroit Lions.

          2. Dave March 11, 2015

            And btw, you must be real proud that you live in Wisconsin, the same state that has the whole racist frat thing going on. Really sums up the rest of Wisconsin well. And don’t bother bashing Detroit, because I don’t live there.

        2. Howard March 11, 2015

          See Dave that is the difference between a Packer and a lion. To us Packer fans the games that really count are the ones that get us close to or at a Lombardi trophy otherwise we are disappointed. You lions just settle for an occasional win in a regular season game against a great Packer team. We do not even remember our regular season wins against the lions, even though we have a larger win pool to reflect on.

          Sorry not from Wisconsin, but again that is another thing that makes the Packers great. We have the largest and most diverse fan base in the NFL if not all sports teams. the lions barely have a city so I would be sure you do not live there.

          1. Dave March 12, 2015

            Howard, how many times were you made fun of as a kid because your name is Howard? Oh, and you know how black people say straight outta Compton? White people say straight out ‘sconsin. So much for the diverse fan base.

          2. Howard March 12, 2015

            Wow Dave two strikes against you. A lions fan, and a racist to boot. Have a great day you racist loser.

          3. Dave March 12, 2015

            Oh Howard, I don’t think that the public schools in Wisconsin are doing a very good job. They are clearly too focused on teaching you how to make the best cheese possible, not what racism actually is. Have a good time in that cow pasture you call Wisconsin.

        3. Lynn Fuckin' Dickey March 12, 2015


          Dave:

          I am not a Vikings fan, Tucson Packer. I am a Lions fan, somebody who knows damn well what a bad locker room presence looks like, and Percy Harvin is just that.

          Hey man I’m sorry you lost Suh and Megatron is getting older while that frat boy QB of yours continues to underachieve, but don’t take it out on us.

    2. Church Lady March 11, 2015

      See you guys in the playoffs, come 2023.

      1. Dave March 11, 2015

        Church Lady, really. 2023? Ok, well if we are just stating things that won’t come true, then I would love to just magically have 10 million dollars appear at my front door. Stfu

  5. Savage57 March 11, 2015

    Anyone named Percy who shows up in an NFL locker room should get the shit kicked out of him.

  6. ferris March 11, 2015

    Why is Dave the Lions fan commenting? The Lions set the standard for idiotic drafts and signings, no personnel smarts…ever.
    Mike Williams, Charles Rogers, Andre Ware, Joey Harrington, Scott Mitchell, and of course Bill Schroeder. And those are only a few of the disasters. Go away Dave.

    1. Dave March 11, 2015

      So signing Pro-Bowl WR Golden Tate and signing All-Pro Safety Glover Quinn where not smart moves? How about drafting DeAndre Levy, an elite linebacker in the NFL, Ziggy Ansah, or Darius Slay? How about signing Rashean Mathis to two 1 year deals and watching him be rated as the 12th best CB in all of football last year by Pro Football Focus? And all of those bad drafting and free agent decisions you mentioned, happened at least 10 or more years ago. Get with the program Ferris.

      1. Nick Perry March 11, 2015

        You do understand what a moron you sound like posting here right Dave? First you bring up Barry Sanders but how many Playoffs did you win with him? You drafted 50% of the players you did because you pick in the top 10 EVERY YEAR, and still can’t beat GB with a 50% healthy Rodgers in the playoffs this past year!!!!! LMFAO!!! Damn dude, shut the fuck up until and win a playoff game before you come here and stick your “Bird Chest” out! Did you forget the Lions are one of 3 teams NEVER to even play in a SB.

      2. ferris March 12, 2015

        Scoreboard Dave, check you team history of success.

  7. E. Wolf March 11, 2015

    NO, A THOUSAND TIMES NO!

  8. TyKo Steamboat March 11, 2015

    I don’t want this pussy on my football team

  9. Tucson Packer March 11, 2015

    Oh my Dave, you’re a lions fan, well that changes almost nothing;
    You have convinced me in the Superiority of the LIONS, just look at the numbers, you are absolutely correct. I can no longer argue the facts.
    Keep defending your sub-par mediocrity, please go right ahead.

  10. PackAttack March 11, 2015

    Packers will NOT sign Percy. No shot. No way. No one wants or needs him. You’re not bringing this cancer on-board to double-dip in the slot with Cobb — no point.

    We need help on D. Tramon and House are gone, those voids MUST — absolutely must be filled with some type of a veteran presence. You can’t have a rookie CB starting on Week #1, you just can’t. We need help at ILB, we need to re-sign or restructure deal with Peppers, we need to figure out what is going on with Raji and Guion. And we do need a tight-end, I agree the offense is loaded — BUT — we do need someone who’s a threat at tight-end and I’m not sure Richie Rodgers is the answer there.

    Gotta Re-Sign Guion, Raji, Peppers and Kuhn. Don’t know if you can get Tramon back or not but you need vets on this team.

    ILB – Draft – Eric Kendricks UCLA, Benardrick McKinney Miss St
    CB – I’d re-sign Tramon and maybe look at Antonio Cromartie or Carlos Rogers
    DT – Draft Eddie Goldman or look at Alan Branch as FA
    TE – Maxx Williams would be a nice fit here or Jordan Cameron
    Backup RB – Would not mind seeing some type of 3rd down back like a DeAngelo Williams/Ahmad Bradshaw/LaMichael James type player. Compliment to Lacy

  11. Kyle Orton's Neckbeard March 12, 2015

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    1. E. Wolf March 12, 2015

      That’s right around one thousand, no?

  12. Paul March 12, 2015

    Lions went 0-16 one year

  13. Deepsky March 12, 2015

    They need a TALL receiver. If they were going to have picked up a receiver in free agency, they should have considered Brandon Marshall.

    1. TyKo Steamboat March 12, 2015

      Brandon Marshall is a cancer & a diva

  14. Jeff March 12, 2015

    Gentlemen, we’re getting a little off track here. I think Harvin would be a great offensive weapon in Green Bay, if on the cheap. But, I agree better use of the money would be spent on the defense. By the way, why are Uppers Packer’s fans?

    1. E. Wolf March 12, 2015

      No, just no. He is in that same class of Randy Moss, T.O, Ochocinco of great physical talent that will wreck your team. I do not want him in Packers uni.

    2. the real russ letlow March 12, 2015

      isn’t that pronounced “yoopers?

  15. Tim March 12, 2015


    Savage57:

    Anyone named Percy who shows up in an NFL locker room should get the shit kicked out of him.

  16. Tim March 12, 2015

    God that made me laugh !

    1. Fritz March 12, 2015

      President Obwana is very disappointed in you, Tim!

  17. icebowl March 12, 2015

    This shits cracking me up….

    As if we needed anymore reasons, I submit further evidence PH is not Packer material

    Per Berty F : “He can be a little combative, but I say that in a good way,” Favre said. “Percy’s all about doing whatever he can to help you win. He’s tough as nails and really that’s all he cares about. So if you start picking him apart, I don’t want to say he can turn against you, but he’s just tough. I really liked him as a player and a person.”

    Case closed. Spend the bucks on shoring up the secondary…. House is gone and Tramon will be by end of week…..

  18. Georgie Pudding Pie March 12, 2015

    I think this Dave fella is the dumb shit who got a “Lions 2015 Super Bowl Champs” tramp stamp tattoo on himself. I bet he really regrets doing that.

    1. Fritz March 12, 2015

      hey, i saw that shehawks guy with the back to back tattoo with “dynasty” written on it out on Skid Row last week.

  19. Phatgzus March 13, 2015

    There was a time I respectedt he Hell out of this guy for his ability alone, now I’d rather eat John Madden’s toe fungus than have this cancerous tumor on the Packers. I imagine Ted Thompson feels similarly.