Percy Harvin feels like a wanted man with Seahawks
RENTON, Wash. -- Before Pete Carroll can "Win Forever" with the Seahawks he has to worry about winning now. And no other offseason move spoke more about the urgency to take advantage of momentum built last season than the trade for receiver Percy Harvin. The Seahawks dealt three draft picks to Minnesota, including their 2013 first-rounder, for Harvin, and then signed him to a six-year, $67 million contract. That includes a scheduled $4.9 million in 2013, and then no less than $11.2 million in every season from 2014 through 2018. "It's neat to know that you are wanted," Harvin said Monday, after completing his first organized team activity (OTA) with the Seahawks. Harvin hadn't known ...