Percy Harvin believes the offense could be special
The Buffalo Bills have spent a considerable amount of money on improving the offense in the offseason. It started with the blockbuster trade where the Bills acquired running back LeSean McCoy from the Philadelphia Eagles. Then the Bills added the swiss-army knife that is wide receiver Percy Harvin who joins the team after spending the 2014 season with the New York Jets. Finally, the Bills added a threat in the middle of the field by signing tight end Charles Clay away from another division rival in the Miami Dolphins.
For an offense, those three players would pose enough headaches for opposing defenses. However, McCoy, Harvin and Clay join running back Fred Jackson and wide receivers Sammy Watkins and Robert Woods on the roster which makes the offense that much more dangerous both in the air and on the ground.
After Wednesday's practice at minicamp, Percy Harvin talked with the Buffalo Bills website about how special the offense could be in 2015 with the infusion of all talent at the skill positions. Watch him discuss the new dimensions that he, McCoy and Clay can bring to the offense and how special of a unit they could be in 2015.
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