Outside of how they will change coaching and front bureau structure, one of a many formidable and critical decisions a Jets will make this offseason is either or not they keep Percy Harvin during his magisterial contract.
Harvin’s ability is not in question—his implausible squeeze in trade was nonetheless another sign of how he plays distant over his size. He appears to have done a comparatively seamless transition to a Jets though causing any rifts in a locker room. Harvin honestly appears calm with a Jets, regardless of their record.
— James Boyd (@OneJetDrive) November 12, 2014
Harvin and a Jets seem to be a ideal fit, though his repeated damage issues are adequate to pile-up a party. He left a diversion with a rib injury, and did not return.
Harvin, who has an endless damage story dating behind to his college days, will continue to conflict injuries via his career. Having played only one full 16-game deteriorate in his career (2011), a contingency of him anticipating durability health as he ages are remarkably thin.
At a right price, Harvin has a lot of value even if he does skip some time—but is a rebuilding group like a Jets meddlesome in a actor whose accessibility varies on a weekly basis?