Honored to be pictured with guys who played the position for the Gators in 3 different decades. pic.twitter.com/1Cn C7Ctx HZ — Chris Doering (@Chris Doering) March 24, 2018 This bicep is bigger than my head.
Whatever workout regimen Percy is on, we all need to get on it.
At age 13, he played for Coach Bruce Pearl and the Virginia Beach Mustangs Pop Warner football team where he led the team to a Pop Warner National Championship.
The defending Super Bowl champions had no use for Harvin, giving him away for a conditional sixth-round pick.
Idzik said he's not concerned about Harvin's behavior, insisting he will thrive in the Jets' "very healthy environment."The Jets, ranked 31st in passing offense, could use Harvin's speed and playmaking ability.
Chances are, he will be an every-down player and, possibly, return kickoffs."Pure and simple, bringing a player like Percy in is to help our offense," said Idzik, who began substantive discussions with the Seahawks before last Thursday's loss to the New England Patriots. I think he can help our offense."I think we have some weapons, I really do.
For the sake of Florida’s football program, hopefully all of the Gators are benefiting from it, too.
Adam Schefter of ESPN reported Harvin informed the Buffalo Bills his NFL career is over.
Two days after starting quarterback Sam Bradford boarded a private jet en route to Florida to get a second opinion on his ailing left knee, the entire morale surrounding the Minnesota Vikings was lifted by an unlikely source.
The Los Angeles Rams quickly began work trying to rebuild their team in the image of new head coach Sean Mc Vay, an energetic, offensive-minded leader who puts as much emphasis on chemistry, leadership and locker-room presence as he does finding the right talent and scheme fit.
Overshadowed by the giant shadows cast over Super Bowl XLVIII by Peyton Manning and Richard Sherman, Percy Harvin has emerged as the dangerous X-factor who is sounding the alarm that he very well could determine who will be hoisting the Lombardi Trophy Sunday night at Met Life Stadium. At the very most, he gives Russell Wilson added firepower he may need in any potential shootout with Manning.
At the end of a lost and lonely season, one ravaged by hip surgery rehab and then a most untimely concussion in the playoffs against the Saints that left him asking “Why me? “We’re definitely going to be explosive,” Harvin said, “and we’re looking to make a lot of big plays in this game.” He was asked how explosive he can be, after an outside-looking-in season that saw him catch one pass for 17 yards. “I’m finally able to get the drive in my legs that I need to get to come break out of my breaks. “So I definitely think I can be a factor in this game.” X-factor.
Playing WR for @Gators FB was incredibly special for me.