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A number of problems have already been examined between Percy Harvin and the Minnesota Vikings, but a new report sheds further light into the situation.
According to Jason Cole of Yahoo Sports, Harvin threatened to walk out on the Vikings prior to last season after the New England Patriots gave an extension to tight end Aaron Hernandez, his college teammate at the University of Florida...
According to Sid Hartman of Star Tribune, wide receiver Percy Harvin has told the Minnesota Vikings that he wants to be traded.
The latest word from some good sources around the NFL is that Harvin, who missed the final seven regular-season games as well as the playoff game because of a serious ankle injury, has told the Vikings that he doesn’t want to play for them and wants to...
Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin isn't happy. That much isn't new. The Vikings have also said that they would like to keep their unhappy wide receiver. Also old news. The news today is that Percy Harvin wants to be traded, this according to Sid Hartman of the "Star Tribune," citing "good sources" around the NFL. A Harvin, Vikings break up now seems...
The Minnesota Vikings and Percy Harvin haven't been getting along for the past year. With offseason workouts slated to begin next month Harvin might not be there, whether he's a Viking or not.
Sid Hartman of the Minneapolis Star Tribune has reported that Harvin has asked to be traded.
Hartman cited “good sources around the NFL,” and his story fits with everything...
By now, most NFL fans are aware of the rift between the Minnesota Vikings and their speedy wide receiver Percy Harvin. After reading a report from Yahoo!Sports this evening, I am wondering if Harvin is possibly insane. Harvin is entering the final year of his rookie deal and has made it perfectly clear that he wants a new deal. It’s the reported terms of the deal that are, well...
Sid Hartman of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports that Percy Harvin has informed the Vikings that he “doesn’t want to play for them and wants to be traded.”
Hartman sounds convinced that Harvin won’t be back in Minnesota next year, but the report seems to be a little speculative.
Harvin’s issues with the Vikings have been well documented, but numerous reports have suggested...
Vikings receiver Percy Harvin reportedly threatened to walk out on his team last year after a former Florida Gators teammate signed a contract extension and Harvin still didn’t have an extension.
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Percy Harvin almost walked out on the team last year. apparently, and also is having trouble reaching a new contract with the Minnesota Vikings because he wants Calvin Johnson money (8 years, $132 Million) instead of Dwayne Bowe money (About $11 Million a year). His unwillingness to negotiate...
The Minnesota Vikings are reportedly one of the leading
suitors for former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace, and his
addition could mean the team ultimately parts ways with dynamic playmaker Percy
There have been multiple documented issues between the
Vikings and Harvin. He’s had several blowups with coaches, and Jason Cole of
Yahoo! Sports reports the...
While the Percy Harvin narrative is a multi-layered minefield, the Vikings don’t have to make a decision in the next week. They can gauge their other options and even circle back and see if there is a workable solution before making any bold moves with their mercurial receiver.
April 22 is the first day of the Vikings offseason workouts at Winter Park and rest assured Percy Harvin wont be there.
There has been a lot of speculation about Harvins future with the Vikings, and the wide receiver has refused to comment about the different reports.
However, the latest word from some good sources around the NFL is that Harvin, who missed the final seven...
Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports reports that the Vikings could be poised to part ways with Harvin, who is under contract through 2013, if they land Mike Wallace, the prize of the free-agent market in the estimation of many.
Cole reports Harvin believes he has value approaching Calvin Johnson of the Detroit Lions and is a class above Vincent Jackson and Dwayne Bowe, who have established...
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A report says that Percy Harvin has told the Minnesota Vikings that he doesn't want to play for them and that he wants to be traded.
1. Wide Receiver
The Minnesota Vikings need to upgrade the talent around Christian Ponder. Michael Jenkins has already been cut, and to make matters worse, it sounds as though Percy Harvin could be traded at some point this offseason. This is a position that must be address with a high-profile free agent, or in the first round of the draft.
The Vikings could use an...