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Percy Harvin has expressed his frustration so far with the Minnesota Vikings, as the wide receiver as hinted towards holding out. However, head coach Leslie Frazier doesn’t see it happening.
Frazier expects to see him at training camp:
“That’s something we’ll talk through,” Frazier said. “I don’t see any reason he wouldn’t be at training camp. I expect him to be at camp, expect all our guys to be at camp.”
Harvin had a solid season in 2011, having 87 catches for 967 yards and six touchdowns.
“We’re going to talk some more,” Frazier said. “The good thing is that he’s here. We’re happy he’s here and participating and a part of what we’re doing. Looking forward to him having a great 2012.”
I don’t think Harvin will hold out, but we’ll see if he can get the contract he wants.
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