Percy Harvin joins Rex Ryan with the Buffalo Bills

Frank Schwab, Yahoo:
Everyone is loading up to make a run at the New England Patriots, the defending champs. Another big name was added to the mix, as receiver Percy Harvin was signed by the Buffalo Bills. He signed a one-year deal, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Now he goes to the Bills who are coached by Rex Ryan, the Jets' coach last year. Apparently Ryan saw something he liked.

The ultimate weapon in sports is speed. Percy Harvin has the ability to be a matchup nightmare for defensive coordinators as well as special teams coaches. He is also a nightmare for his own coordinators. That is why he is making his fourth NFL stop in the past three years.

Minnesota Vikings, Seattle Seahawks, New York Jets and now the Buffalo Bills. Only one team has gotten any return on their investment. That would be the Seattle Seahawks who won Super Bowl XLVIII with Percy Harvin torching the Denver Broncos on offense and special teams.

I would guess that Rex Ryan will have some sleepless nights trying to get through to the talented all-purpose weapon. Team number five is out there. It is just a matter of time.

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