For the second time in 19 months, former Florida Gators wide receiver Percy Harvin has been traded. According to Jay Glazer of FOX Sports, the Seattle Seahawks have agreed to send Harvin across the country to the New York Jets for a conditional draft selection. According to ESPN.com‘s John Clayton, it selection will be anywhere from a second- to fourth-round pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, dependent on production.
Harvin, who had a tumultuous four seasons as the leading receiver for the Minnesota Vikings, was traded to Seattle in March 2013 for three draft picks including a first-rounder that offseason. He was then re-signed by the Seahawks to a six-year, $64.25 million contract, which included a $12 million signing bonus and $14.5 million guaranteed.
He has $41.5 million remaining on his contract, which runs through 2018, though none of it will be guaranteed and New York can cut him at any time without penalty.