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Minnesota Vikings center John Sullivan had microfracture surgery on his left knee last week and he should be fully recovered and back by training camp, according to a team source via Mark Craig of the Star Tribune.
Sullivan played every offensive snap in 2012 but battled knee pain throughout. The surgery was performed Dr. James Andrews, who also fixed up Adrian Peterson's knee last year.
With the timetable for recovery at three to four months, if all goes well, Sullivan will be ready later July.
He was selected to the Pro Bowl as an alternate, earning seven first-team All-Pro votes.
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Percy Harvin may be on his way out of Minnesota.
The Vikings will try to trade their star receiver this offseason, according to CBS Minnesota. Harvin was placed on injured reserve prior to Week 13, but that may have had to do with his attitude more than a sprained ankle he suffered in Week 9.
According to the report, Harvin “had an embarrassing tirade directed toward [Vikings head...
Has Percy Harvin worn out his welcome in Minnesota? One report says the team could be looking to trade him this offseason.
The Minnesota Vikings will attempt to trade wide receiver
Percy Harvin this offseason following an “embarrassing tirade” directed at head
coach Leslie Frazier, according to Mike Max of CBS Minnesota.
Harvin left the Vikings last season, and many believed this
was mainly due to the wide receiver’s injury. However, Harvin’s exit had more to do with his blowup with Frazier...
Percy Harvin's late absence as the Minnesota Vikings were making their final run to the playoffs wasn't completely because of his ankle injury, according to a report by WCCO in the Twin Cities Sunday, and the team will reportedly look to trade the volatile receiver.
Harvin was placed on season-ending injured reserve with that badly sprained ankle on Dec. 5, motivated by...
Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin is not happy in Minnesota, and the Vikings seem to be erasing Harvin from their memory bank as well.
Per NFL.com, reports are that the Vikings are more than prepared to part ways with Harvin.
Sources tell Mike Max of WCCO in Minneapolis that Spielman will indeed actively pursue a Harvin trade on the heels of a November meltdown directed at head...
Percy Harvin has been the subject of a lot of talk around the Minnesota Vikings lately. His future with the team is questionable, and now it looks as though the team will actively seek to trade him.
Sources tell WCCO’s Mike Max that the main reason that Harvin left the team this season was not his injury, but instead it a blowup he had with Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier...
Harvin is extremely talented, but is also a malcontent. The Vikings are apparently ready to move on. Harvin has had issues with former coach Brad Childress and current coach Leslie Frazier.
Here is the report from NFL.com.
Sources tell Mike Max of WCCO in Minneapolis that Spielman will indeed actively pursue a Harvin trade on the heels of a November meltdown directed at head coach...
Aside from the Dolphins, the Minnesota Vikings are another possible landing spot for Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings who’ll hit the free agent market next month, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network.
Both the Vikings and Dolphins are in need of a number one receiver. I know Minnesota has Percy Harvin, but his future his uncertain there and he’s not a true go-to...
According to CBS Minnesota, the No. 1 reason receiver Percy Harvin left the Vikings this season was not his ankle injury, but a blowup he had with coach Leslie Frazier. The team will explore trade options for the talented multi-purpose receiver.Fantasy Spin:Sources told WCCO's Mike Max that Harvin unleashed an "embarrassing tirade directed toward Frazier, disrespecting the...
General manager Rick Spielman said the Vikings did what they felt was best for Percy Harvin’s future by putting him on injured reserve. Spielman declined to get into details of Harvin’s future with the team.
The Minnesota Vikings are rumored to be exploring trades for Percy Harvin. That of course means fans from every team have now decided that they should make a trade for him. Sorry to burst your bubble Steelers fans, but it’s not happening.
Now I can see the thought process here. The Steelers are losing a fast play-maker receiver in Mike Wallace so why not replace him with another...
Maybe not Juan…
After an apparent blow up with Leslie Frazier this season, the Vikings are reportedly ready to part ways with the extremely talented-oft injured WR. The guy is one of the most talented offensive players in the league, so this must run deep in the locker room if the Vikings are willing to part with a position where they are weakest.
GM Chris Spielman: “I’m...