The Seattle Seahawks acquired speedy wide receiver Percy Harvin from the Minnesota Vikings for multiple draft choices, including a first-rounder this year, according to multiple reports.
Harvin, 25, is one of the NFL's most dynamic receivers/return men but has had injury problems and seemed to grumble his way out of Minnesota in his search for a new conract.
Harvin gives the Seahawks another huge offensive weapon to go along with quarterback Russell Wilson and running back Marshawn Lynch of Oakland. Harvin improves a receiving corps that already included Sydney Rice and ex-Raiders tight end Zach Miller.
The four-year veteran Harvin has yet to start in all 16 games in any of his four seasons. He caught 62 passes for 677 yards last season but played in just nine games due to a sprained ankle.