What number is Percy Harvin Florida?

What number is Percy Harvin Florida?

11Seattle Seahawks / Wide receiver
11Buffalo Bills / Wide receiver, Return specialist12Minnesota Vikings / Wide receiver16New York Jets / Wide receiver
Percy Harvin/Number

How old is Harvin?

33 years (May 28, 1988)
Percy Harvin/Age

Does Percy Harvin have a ring?

— Percy Harvin is a name familiar in the state of Florida for the two National Championship rings he helped bring to The University of Florida.

Is Pressley Harvin III related to Percy Harvin?

Pressley Harvin III and Percy Harvin have similar names, but they are not related. The Pittsburgh Steelers drafted Pressley in the seventh round of the 2021 NFL draft. If Harvin punts in an NFL game, he will be a welcome sight for some fans. The NFL has only had a handful of Black specialists in league history.

Who is number 11 on the Seahawks 2021?

Nick Bellore

Player No Experience
Cody Barton 57 3
Nick Bellore 44 11
Jordyn Brooks 56 2
Duane Brown 76 14

What team does Percy Harvin play for?

Percy Harvin

No. 12, 11, 16, 18
NFL Draft: 2009 / Round: 1 / Pick: 22
Career history
Minnesota Vikings (2009–2012) Seattle Seahawks (2013–2014) New York Jets (2014) Buffalo Bills (2015–2016)
Career highlights and awards

What happened to the NFL player Percy Harvin?

Legendary former Florida Gators wide receiver Percy Harvin has been out of football since 2017 after retiring due to migraine issues. According to ESPN’s Josina Anderson, Harvin is looking to return to the NFL at the age of 32. “I’m ready to return to the NFL,” Harvin told Anderson.

Did Percy Harvin win Superbowl?

Harvin also played for the Seattle Seahawks, New York Jets and Buffalo Bills. He was named the Associated Press Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2009 and won Super Bowl XLVIII with the Seahawks in 2013 over the Denver Broncos….Percy Harvin.

Receiving yards: 4,026
Return touchdowns: 5

Did Percy Harvin retire?

Harvin’s career and health were decidedly descending by the time he was traded to the New York Jets in 2014. He was sent upstate to the Buffalo Bills the next season, and his hip and knee issues followed. Tired of being in pain, Harvin retired in April 2016.