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Percy Harvin

The former University of Florida Gators player was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the first round of the 2009 NFL Draft after leaving college one year early. Harvin was instrumental along with quarterback Tim Tebow in the Gators' 2009 Natioinal Championship win over Oklahoma and the 2007 National Championship win over Ohio State.
The former University of Florida Gators player was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the first round of the 2009 NFL Draft after leaving college one year early. Harvin was instrumental along with quarterback Tim Tebow in the Gators' 2009 Natioinal Championship win over Oklahoma and the 2007 National Championship win over Ohio State. « Show less

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  • Florida Gators WR Andre Debose “fast as can be” during full workout

     
    Florida Gators WR Andre Debose practiced full speed against the defense in Monday's spring football practice....
  • Best ever? Tebow, Meyer propel Gators to title

    MIAMI Take a snapshot of this and put it in a safe place. You are watching history. You are watching greatness. And not just any old greatness. We're talking historical greatness. The Florida Gators didn't just win their second national title in three...
  • Florida Gators: Debose returns, Burton shines in spring game

     
    The Florida Gators had their annual Orange and Blue Game, a spring football scrimmage...
  • Harvin, defense deserve credit for this championship

    It was the defense, not Tim Tebow, that won the Florida Gators a national championship: Big play after big play defined this defense, and that swagger saved the Gators' season when the offense struggled to find a first-half rhythm. It wasn't just the...
  • Tim Tebow's return ensures that the Gators will carry a colossal bull's-eye in 2009

    GAINESVILLE — We knew he could run, pass and leap tall buildings in a single bound. But who knew Tim Tebow was also an aspiring thespian? He had 35,000 people going Sunday. First they were going "One More Year!" Then they were going into a panic...
  • Sooner or later, Gators will realize they miss Percy Harvin

    It could be today, or it might not be this year. But eventually Florida will realize just what it had in Percy Harvin. And it's going to hurt. Harvin has until midnight to announce if he'll enter the NFL draft. If he goes, the more astute Gators fans...
  • Pro Picks: Not a good week to be a fan of the Bucs, Dolphins or Jags, but Pack rolls on

     
       Personal Note No. 1 — Thanks to Florida Citrus Sports and Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf in Lake Buena Vista for inviting me to Thursday night's Mini Open fundraiser tournament. Great fun and here's two scores you should know — Mike Bi...
  • Football camps have star-studded counselors

    Football and its cast of super heroes will take center stage for this year's large selection of summer sports camps on the Peninsula. The 17th annual Colonial All-Pro Football Camp at William and Mary June 20-23 will be tough to top. It features...
  • Here's the complete list of football stars for Michael Vick's camp

    Here's the complete list of football stars for Michael Vick's camp
    Here's the complete list of celebrities invited to attend the Michael Vick Youth Celebrity Football Camp, which will be held June 23-June 25 at Hampton University. Other than Vick: Washington Redskins QB Donovan McNabb, Minnesota Vikings running back...
  • Summer camps draw names like Brees, Sharper, Vick, McNabb

    Summer camps draw names like Brees, Sharper, Vick, McNabb
    You never know where the next Drew Brees might be. Finding him, while using the current one to bring exposure to a school and its program, is the dual aim of the football camps being held at area colleges this week. Brees, quarterback of Super Bowl...
  • Chicago Bears fall 36-10 to Minnesota Vikings

    Chicago Bears fall 36-10 to Minnesota Vikings
    MINNEAPOLIS -- The Bears solved a few problems Sunday in their 36-10 loss to the Vikings. Instead of playing poorly in the first quarter, they played poorly in the second quarter -- giving up 24 points. Instead of overthrowing receivers on sure...
  • Cliffs Notes For The Colts: Wild Card Week

    Cliffs Notes For The Colts: Wild Card Week
    In a week where the Colts play spectators, the alarm clocks take on some extra meaning. "I'm not really a morning guy," said defensive end Robert Mathis, but he's becoming one this week. As one of the major changes during this week off for the Colts,...