According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Seattle Seahawks expect Percy Harvin to play in the Super Bowl if they end up winning and advancing to the big game today.
Well, here we go again with Harvin. It's a good thing most fantasy leagues are done and that no one in their right mind would use Harvin in a playoff league given his track record with the injuries this season. Even if the Seahawks win the NFC Championship, how much impact is a one-hipped, concussed Harvin really going to make. It's understandable that Seattle would like to have him out there, even if it's just as a decoy, but it seems like the best course of action would be to send him home, let him get better and start with OTAs again in May. Dragging on his 2013-14 season like this is getting tiresome.ANALYST: Howard Bender
The Raiders could be interested in free agent wide receiver Randall Cobb.
Raiders' GM Reggie McKenzie drafted Cobb in his final year as the Packers' Director of Player Personnel. McKenzie apparently wants to reunite Cobb with his former mentor James Jones, who signed with the Raiders last offseason and was the team's most consistent receiver throughout the 2014 season. The question is, would the Raiders be able to convince Cobb to sign with them? They'll likely need to comfortably outbid the next highest bidder to earn rights to his services. If this scenario were to actually come to fruition, Derek Carr would get a nice boost in fantasy value. Analysis: Spencer Silva