Updated Jul 16, 2013 - 1:29 pm
Why Harvin trade was a risk for Seahawks
By 710Sports.com staff
The Pete Carroll era for the Seahawks has featured a lot of calculated risks, and perhaps the most risky of their moves was the trade for play-making wide receiver Percy Harvin from the Minnesota Vikings earlier this offseason.
Harvin gives the Seahawks something they desperately wanted to round out their offense -- a speedy deep threat who also has the versatility to explode out of the backfield -- but the cost of three draft picks (including a first-rounder) could backfire on Seattle if he doesn't work out.
Danny O'Neil of "Brock and Danny" explains the risk behind the Harvin acquisition, and why it's different from others they've taken.
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