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Christian Ponder better off with Greg Jennings Former Vikings quarterback Warren Moon, now a Seattle Seahawks broadcaster, says the new team could be exactly what Percy Harvin needs. Harvin was traded to the Seahawks on March 11 and signed a six year, $67 million contract extension three days later. With financial security to go with a fresh start, the former Vikings receiver could be the piece that elevates Seattle to the Super Bowl, according to Moon. thought it was a big coup for us, because he one of the more dynamic players in this league, said Moon, who was in town over the weekend for the Minneapolis Sports Collectible and Autograph Convention in Brooklyn Center. know he been unhappy here, and a lot of it had to do with (his) contract. I felt like getting a new environment sometimes helps any player, especially if there that uneasiness with the nike jordan shoes coaching staff or with management. a history with (current Seahawks/former Vikings offensive coordinator) Darrell Bevell. There a nike kwazi friendship with (current Seahawks/ former Vikings nike k d wide receiver) Sidney Rice. And then coach (Pete Carroll) recruited him in college, so there a relationship that goes all the way back to when he was 17 years old. There a lot of things in his favor, along with he going to be happy financially. If you get a happy Percy Harvin, you get a pretty dynamic player. said he still closely follows the Vikings. He had a favorable review of quarterback Christian Ponder, whom Harvin had reportedly criticized before the trade. At this point in Ponder development, Moon said, Ponder might benefit more from playing with newly acquired wide receiver Greg Jennings than from playing with Harvin. going to be more patient with Christian, Moon said. Percy, with some of the problems he had, you never knew how volatile he was going to be. I think having Greg is going to settle him down. I think Greg is proven in this league. He not going to be the guy you throw all those quick screens to, but he a guy, on third down, you know where he going to be. Having him on one side and (tight end Kyle) Rudolph, it going to be pretty good.