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Percy Harvin's contract with the Buffalo Bills was voided on Friday

Doug Whaley has indicated that he'd like to bring Harvin back to the Bills.

Percy Harvin's contract with the Buffalo Bills was voided on Friday. The wide receiver is now a free agent. 

Harvin played in five games for the Bills in 2015 and finished the season with 19 receptions, 218 yards, and one touchdown. Although injuries once again derailed Harvin's season, he did show chemistry early in the year with Tyrod Taylor. Through the five weeks, Harvin was targeted 30 times. Only Charles Clay was targeted more (32) by Taylor during the first five weeks of the season.

Considering the chemistry between the quarterback and receiver and the fact that Harvin has a good relationship with receivers coach Sanjay Lal, it's possible that Harvin returns to the Bills in 2016. In late January, GM Doug Whaley stated his desire to bring Harvin back.

"We’ll talk to him, see where he is and hopefully he comes back," Whaley said. "We want him back.”

If Harvin wants to play football in 2016, Buffalo is probably his best option. He already knows the offense and has shown that he is on the same page with Taylor. Harvin's next contract will be filled with incentives and the best opportunity for the receiver to meet the incentives is with the Bills. 


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