(SportsNetwork.com) - The Buffalo Bills' roster overhaul continued Friday as the team reportedly agreed to terms with wide receiver Percy Harvin.
A source close to the situation told ESPN.com that Harvin's new pact is a one- year deal.
Harvin became a free agent Tuesday after being released by the New York Jets.
Once that deal is consummated, Harvin will join an offense that features recently-acquired running back LeSean McCoy and rookie phenom Sammy Watkins. He'll also be reunited with head coach Rex Ryan, who also moved to the Bills from the Jets this offseason.
The 26-year-old, who was set to make $10.5 million in 2015, caught 29 passes for 350 yards and a touchdown in his brief stint with the Jets.
Harvin was traded to New York last October from Seattle, where his tenure was marred by injuries and rumored locker room issues.
The Florida product thrived in his first four seasons in Minnesota, but has not scored more than one receiving touchdown since the 2012 season.
In six seasons, Harvin has compiled 332 receptions for 3,802 yards and 21 scores over 68 games with the Jets, Seahawks and Vikings.