"...that receiver... the one they got... what's his name?"

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  • Eric Davis, on NFL AM, can't remember Harvin's name. Hilarious.

    No clip available yet, but watch the AM highlight show today. They replay it multiple times so it's hard to miss. Nicole and the "Davis boys" are discussing the Hawks after yesterday's highlights package. They fall all over each other about how good the defense is and start discussing the offense. Eric forgets Percy's name.

    Funny stuff. (and a VERY good day for NFL AM if you like to look at Nicole's stems...)
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  • I didn't see it but it's entirely possible that Davis was joking around. That would fit his personality and prior history. He's a funny guy.

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  • It was def him just not pulling the info from his brain. Not joking, but he's right, forgettable when he was able to pull the names of Kearse and Baldwin no problem.
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  • I just saw the piece. Fairly certain that Davis had a brain fart. He said "I been awake for 30 hours". Was funny.
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  • Harvin has made it very easy this year for people to forget his name..............unless you're his investment adviser.
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  • Historically, that seems to be the case. Big name WR's who have come to the Hawks over the last decade pretty much disappear from the map of NFL relevancy. We've seen it with Branch, Housh, Rice (he did have 1 good year), and so far Harvin. Hopefully he will eventually buck the trend.
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  • He was completely joking....
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  • More about the "stems"...
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  • LawlessHawk wrote:More about the "stems"...


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  • Dayummmm.
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  • skater18000 wrote:Hurtsy Parvin


    I mean he hasn't played so I don't blame him for forgetting his name.
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