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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. With rumors continuing to circulate about the unhappiness and future of receiver Percy Harvin, Minnesota Vikings general manager Rick Spielman said Friday that the team is not looking to trade Harvin.
"We have no intent of trading Percy Harvin," Spielman said. "Percy Harvin is under contract, we and expect him, just like all our players, to be here under contract. He is a very good football player. Everybody knows what he does for our football team."
Several reports this week have focused on Harvin. One quoted sources saying Minnesota would attempt to trade the talented but temperamental receiver. Another said Harvin would "stay away from offseason activities and training camp without a new contract in place." Harvin, 24, is entering the final year of his rookie contract that is slated to pay him 2.9 million this season, well below the average of other top receivers in the league.
Friday, a report from CBS' Jason LaCanfora qu...
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The Percy Harvin saga continues with a new report suggesting that the wide receiver might be seeking a deal worth $12 million per year. Now Harvin is a talented player, but character and injury issues will likely prevent the receiver from landing a contract that he might desire. The number he reportedly is looking at is what Larry Fitzgerald and Calvin Johnson currently earn and...
For some time now, there’s seemingly been friction between WR/returner Percy Harvin and the Minnesota Vikings, the cause of which hasn’t immediately been evident. As a result, some have speculated that he could be traded, though the return on that transaction for the Vikings would likely not be as strong as having the playmaker on the field. Things may have changed, however....
In speaking with a small group of reporters, Minnesota
Vikings general manager Rick Spielman said the team has “no intent” of trading
wide receiver Percy Harvin, according to The Pioneer Press.
Spielman added that he expects Harvin to be in camp like the
rest of the other Vikings’ players.
This of course could simply be posturing. There are now two
According to the St. Paul Pioneer Press, Minnesota Vikings general manager Rick Spielman says they “have no intent” of trading wide receiver Percy Harvin. They expect him to report to training camp like every other player.
There was a report last week that the Vikings will look to trade Harvin. Now that doesn’t seem to be the case.
CBS Sports reported that Harvin is unhappy...
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin is unhappy with their passing game and not his contract.
The issues between receiver Percy Harvin and the Vikings have been widely mischaracterized, according to a source close to the team. Harvin’s frustration is based around the scope of the passing game and not his contract. Harvin’s...
According to ESPN’s Josina Anderson, a high-ranking Vikings source informed her that WR Percy Harvin is targeting a deal similar to that of Calvin Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald.
Johnson received an eight year deal worth $132 million and includes $60 million guaranteed while Fitzgerald signed an eight-year deal that totaled $128.5 million and included $50 million guarantees...
Vikings disgruntled wide receiver is perceived to have an attitude problem, and considered somewhat of a negative lockerroom presence.
One thing that can’t be questioned is the confidence Harvin has in himself, and if reports are correct, Harvin is extremely high on his talents.
ESPN is reporting that Harvin is considering a holdout when training camp starts, and sources familiar...
For some time now, there’s seemingly been friction between WR/returner Percy Harvin and the Minnesota Vikings, the cause of which hasn’t immediately been evident. As a result, some have speculated that he could be traded, though the return on that transaction for the Vikings would likely not be as strong as having the playmaker on [...]
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Minnesota Vikings’ Percy Harvin is a dynamic player, but he
likely sees himself in the class of the top wide receivers in the NFL, a source
tells ESPN. As such, Harvin wants to be compensated similarly to top receivers
such as Arizona Cardinals’ Larry Fitzgerald and Detroit Lions’ Calvin Johnson.
"[Harvin] is a star player in our league, but I would
imagine that he...
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports writes that Percy Harvin‘s frustrations aren’t related the status of his contract and instead are related to the team’s offensive approach.
La Canfora mentions that the issues between the Vikings and Harvin have been “widely mischaracterized.“
Harvin has reportedly not complained about his current contract situation and hasn’t threatened...