Percy Harvin’s Poor Attitude Seems to Have Been Driving Force Behind Trade

October 18, 2014   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Seattle Seahawks made a very surprising move on Friday afternoon, trading wide receiver Percy Harvin to the New York Jets in exchange for a future draft pick, according to ESPN's Chris Mortensen.  It made some people scratch their heads because Seattle traded a first-round pick for Harvin and signed him to a $67 million extension in 2013, but the former Florida standout was reportedly causing too many headaches off the field.
Harvin did not adapt well to his new team, as he allegedly got into physical fights with Seattle teammates on multiple occasions.
According to The Seattle Times' Bob Condotta and Jayson Jenks, he reportedly got into altercations with Golden Tate and Doug Baldwin, while TheSidelineView.com's Lance Zierlein spoke about a recent confrontation with Russell Wilson on Dave Softy Mahler's radio show (h/t Field Gull's Danny Kelly).
Furthermore, in the Seahawks' loss last week against the Dallas Cowboys, Harvin refused to re-enter the game after he ...

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