It didn't take long for Percy Harvin to get his wish.
The young wide receiver said Sunday he wanted to be traded. By early Monday afternoon, the Minnesota Vikings shipped him to the Seattle Seahawks for three draft picks, including a first rounder this year. It has easily been the biggest story on the eve of the start of free agency.
While the Seahawks are making moves, the Dolphins seem to be interested in, well, everyone. The team is expected to sign wide receiver Mike Wallace, who has been their No. 1 priority this offseason. But in the course of a few hours, it's come out that the team is interested in right tackle Eric Winston, wide receiver Brandon Gibson and tight end Jared Cook.
A soon-to-be former Dolphin has made headlines, as the San Francisco 49ers might be interested in signing cornerback Sean Smith. The 49ers are looking to beef up a secondary which looked weak against the Baltimore Ravens in last month's Super Bowl.
With a serious salary cap issue on hand, the Pittsburgh Steelers were able to sign lineman Ramon Foster to a three-year deal. Meanwhile, his former teammate, running back Rashard Mendenhall, could be a Denver Bronco next season.
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