Percy Harvin concluded his two-day visit with the Buffalo Bills on Thursday, and Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reports that while the receiver has offers for more visits on the table, Harvin is presently deciding on whether or not he even wants to.
"He has opportunities to take two more visits, and he’s contemplating whether to take them," Florio writes. "Which obviously means he’s thinking seriously about ending the process and joining the Bills."
The Bills were the first - and, at this point, the only - free agent visit that Harvin has made after the Jets released him on March 10. He came into town on Wednesday evening, and was at team headquarters on Thursday, as well. Harvin spent most of the 2014 season playing for Rex Ryan with the Jets, accumulating 955 all-purpose yards (495 of those on kick returns) and one touchdown in eight games.
While the Bills await a decision from Harvin, they are also reportedly preparing to make an offer to Miami tight end Charles Clay, as well as showing interest in players like tight end Anthony Fasano and guard Evan Mathis (who is apparently on the trade market). You can catch up on the latest in the Bills' very entertaining offseason in our signing and rumor tracker.