Neither the Seattle Seahawks or the New York Jets have disclosed exactly what the compensation was in the Harvin trade, but multiple reports now say that the pick can be no better than a fourth-rounder.
Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports that it’s a conditional sixth-round pick, while Ian Rapoport of NFL Network adds that the pick can improve to up to a fourth-round pick.
That is not a lot, because the Seahawks gave up a first-round pick, a third-round pick and a seventh-round pick to acquire Harvin a year and a half ago. The only good thing is Harvin ensured a Championship ring and thanks to him, the team still hold that title.
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