Stop With The Percy Harvin Nonsense!

March 7th, 2015
Nitwit Percy Harvin has no business being in the same huddle as Bucs rookie quarterback (to be) Jameis Winston.

Nitwit Percy Harvin has no business being in the same huddle as Bucs rookie quarterback (to be) Jameis Winston.

Joe cannot believe how many Twitter messages he has received in recent days wanting the Bucs to go sign mental patient wide receiver Percy Harvin.

Joe can only imagine these folks are fantasy football types who only look at numbers. There isn’t a sane Bucs fan, who hasn’t had too much liquor, who would lobby for the ultimate NFL cancer to come to the Tampa Bay.

My God, putting headache Harvin in the same huddle as Jameis Winston? Only the devout Winston haters would want that. Of course, with Winston’s personality, he would probably punch Harvin. Someone should have long ago.

Let Joe recount just some episodes that this cancer has done:

* Got into a fight with fellow Seattle receiver Doug Baldwin.

* The night before Seattle’s Super Bowl win, he fought Golden Tate and body-slammed him, injuring Tate’s neck.

* Nearly came to blows with Russell Wilson.

* Nearly got into a fight with one of the most laid-back men in the NFL, then-Minnesota coach and current Bucs defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier, who was Harvin’s babysitter in Minnesota.

* Nearly came to blows with then-Vikings coach Brad Childress.

* At Florida, Harvin threw wide receivers coach Bill Gonzalez to the ground after grabbing him by the neck.

And some people want to bring this arsehole into the Bucs locker room?

It was bad enough that the Bucs had Sgt. Winslow in the same huddle as leaky, sleepy Josh Freeman. Winslow got into Freeman’s head and depending on who you talk to, was part of the reason Freeman went mental.

Surely Bucs general manager Jason Licht can’t be this wild to bring in a cancer like Harvin.

35 Responses to “Stop With The Percy Harvin Nonsense!”

  1. Connor Says:

    Wide receiver is not even a pressing need for this team. Mike Evans and Vincent Jackson are playing well, and Louis Murphy did fairly ok. We could upgrade at slot receiver sure, but our O-line needs to be the first thing we address.

  2. Ray Rice Says:

    Percy “I have a migraine” Harvin. HELL NO!

  3. 87ForJameisNOMariota Says:

    Have we given up on Herron?

  4. See Below Says:

    Little guy complex!

  5. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Speaking for Pablo

    “Pablo appreciates a good fighter…..Oscar de la Joya & Roberto Duran…..come to mind….But Pablo only wants Bucs to fight the other team. Pablo join Jose by saying no to Percy. Pablo only had one fight and that was with a “girl” he met in Ybor city…after Pablo noticed her adams apple”

  6. feelthepewterpower Says:

    Harvin would be a migraine to deal with.

  7. John McKillop Says:

    Agree Joe, Harvin is a total locker room cancer, having this guy on your team is only asking for trouble.

  8. Rob Says:

    Randall Cobb

  9. Harry Says:

    “…the ultimate NFL cancer…”

    I thought Joe saved this label for Richie Incognito, whom the Bills very wisely signed for a bargain basement price.

  10. Eric Says:

    Probably should concentrate on Oline so our rookie qb makes it through the season.

  11. Skyline Crew Says:

    Percy doesn’t do well in fantasy football so there goes that argument. He is concussed almost every season. He is a huge liability.

  12. Patrick in VA Says:

    You’ve said it a hundred times Joe, people get really excited about seeing names they recognize who are available. There’s a reason why they’re not paid for their opinions on football matters

  13. Chef Paul Says:

    Gawd dammit, Joe. Im sorry i cant sit idly by any longer. You’ve used the fantasy football reference wrong every time thsee last couple weeks. These guys are fantasy football irrelevant. Fantasy footballers that are as dumb as you make them out to be, don’t even know who these players are you speak of. I hope I don’t come off too harsh but in the words of Joe himself…. Knock it off!! 😉

  14. Buccfan37 Says:

    As a Gator fan I cringe at the thought of bringing Harvin aboard the Bucs listing ship. This can’t be serious, no way no how.

  15. Matt Says:

    I just hope we sign him before The Patriots do and win another championship.

    ME13 and Mankins will keep him inline, I wouldn’t worry about him being a cancer. He’s lost a lot of money being a butthole and has to realize he’s on his last straw.

  16. Patrick in VA Says:

    @Matt – do you really think that the Seahawks made it to the super bowl without strong enough leaders to keep someone in line that had an ounce of decency? I’m pretty sure that they don’t have a bunch of softies in that locker room and all Harvin’s needed in his career was the steady guidance of Logan Mankins and Mike Evans.

  17. MTM Says:

    Harvin was great at Florida. But his ability to fit in and just shut up will be his demise. Lovie would not waste a minute on him.

  18. Nybucsfan Says:

    Now behavior matters to you joe? Or do you just pick and choose the head cases you want. I mean you call him mental but you want jameis who got suspended a game and still dressed. I wouldn’t call that being all there

  19. salish_seamonster Says:

    One of the times I agree with Joe. Harvin has been a headache at every stop.

  20. WS99 Says:

    I called for p harvin. I thought he could fill the PR n #3 rcv hole. Do you know how hard it is to get quality FAs to come play here? So why not grab a playmaker that nobody else wants? I guess NE it is. Are we going to sign anyone who has some nasty in them? Reading today’s signing left me uninspired to say the least. I don’t even know who Jason Williams is.

  21. Uranus Johnson Says:

    Outside of that idiotic goal line call by Pete Carroll that cost the Seahawks the Super Bowl there was no worse influence on that team than the chronic malcontent Harvin. This guy is toxic and any team that touches him will be ingesting the seeds of it’s own destruction.

    CFL anyone?

  22. Joe Says:

    So why not grab a playmaker that nobody else wants?

    Please re-read the story.

  23. biff barker Says:

    Human scum pond.

  24. WS99 Says:

    I read it. I am ashamed of myself now that my brethren have shown me the way.

  25. Joe Says:

    Chef Paul:

    LOL 🙂

  26. Joe Says:

    Now behavior matters to you joe? Or do you just pick and choose the head cases you want. I mean you call him mental but you want jameis who got suspended a game and still dressed.

    Comparing Harvin to Winston tells Joe you know nothing about either one.

  27. Max Says:

    Headache! (literally!) don’t wanna see him in Tampa!

  28. MariotaOrWinstonOrWalkdaPlank Says:

    He’s even worse than Aqib Talib. I’ve heard of being a locker room cancer, but I didn’t know Garvin did all those things to HIS teammates. At least Talib was usually channeling his anger towards the OTHER team (minus Torrie Cox). No way in hell Lovie picks him up, especially with Leslie Frazier in his ear.

  29. cmurda Says:

    From a logical perspective, arseholeness unconsidered, how does Harvin make sense to bring in anyway? Our last position of concern is Wide Receiver. I vote a resounding NO on Proposition “bringing in another bad seed from the Urban Meyer school of not giving a crap about a player’s character”.

  30. JBuc Says:

    Hey NYBucsFan: seriously, do you know anything about Winston? Have yet to hear anyone, even the haters due to off field shanennigans, claim he is a bad teammate.

    Oh, and not sure why him putting on his uniform while suspended is an example of him being a head case. He was not suspended from the team, just from playing. He was involved with the team in every way prior to the game and the equipment manager layed out his uniform like every other teammate. He put on his uniform because he thought he was suppose to while standing on the sideline supporting his team. It was not made clear to him until he reached the field. Big freaking deal. Keep reaching.

  31. Clap Clap Boom Says:

    I’m sure a lot of ultimate NFL cancers have Super Bowl rings. Like Keyshawn Johnson. Or LaGarrette Blount. Or Percy Harvin.

    If your team isn’t led by one (Jameis Winston). Then everything should be fine.

  32. I'm a great person Says:

    He’s pretty dang good when healthy

  33. Phillip Says:

    Alleged rape to fighting in a physical sport… Hmmm

    No I’m not saying Winston did it either..

    Pretty sure Golden Tate came out and said he didn’t actually get physical with Harvin either..

    No I’m not saying we should sign Harvin

    Might want to check your facts Joe

  34. The original "Kevin" Says:

    Pretty silly to suggest that one who plays fantasy football knows only what they see in theyre fantasy league every sunday. I play fantasy football for fun and money but I personally am a fan of the game before I am a fan of the fantasy. With that said Harvin would be a disaster signing. I would like to see them get jacoby jones if possible. Jacoby Jones does jack shiet for fantasy teams but would play an important role for our team

  35. AmbushBuc Says:

    If Harvin’s locker room antics aren’t enough to frighten people away, his injury history should finish off the interest. Dude is always hurt, collecting his salary for sitting on the sidelines.