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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 coach Leslie Frazier. The incident happened in front of teammates, who didn’t take well to Harvin’s tirade just a couple of years after a similar blowup directed at former coach Brad Childress. It was also believed to be the real reasonthat Harvin was unexpectedly placed on injured reserve with an ankle ailment that didn’t require surgery.
Harvin is reportedly in search of a $10 million a year deal. I’m not sure who’ll be willing to give it to him, but that’s what he wants.
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Here it is one week after the last game of the NFL season was played and Minnesota wide receiver Percy Harvin is at the top of the headlines again like he was before the season started.Think about it, with all the noise and hype Harvin likes to raise in the offseason, his lackluster play on the field and injury-prone seasons have trumped all the racket the media makes about him.Over...
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...
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...
General manager Rick Spielman and the key members of the Minnesota Vikings will head to the annual scouting combine in Indianapolis later this month after weeks of evaluating the current roster.
Judging the annual crop of college players auditioning for the draft will be just a part of the agenda for Minnesota. Spielman will be making the rounds as he usually does, meeting with agents...
You'll have to excuse the sub-par level of reporting that this site is usually known for when dealing with this story. Admittedly, I've brushed off following this "Vikings trading Percy Harvin" news bit for so long because I thought it was just some big joke that people were discussing online the past couple days. Ha ha, funny one guys! Yeah, Percy should be traded...
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...
Evidently, the Minnesota Vikings feel electrifying slot receivers, who are just as dangerous in the return game, grow on tree. Sources for CBS Sports confirm that Percy Harvin is now on the trading block.During four abbreviated seasons in the Great White (NFC) North, Harvin has racked up 29 all-purpose touchdowns (20 receiving, 5 returning and 4 rushing) for the Minnesota Vikings...
A report came out this past weekend indicating that the Minnesota Vikings are looking to trade wide receiver Percy Harvin.
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson says he wouldn’t trade Harvin.
“To be honest with you, I don’t know if we will or not,” Peterson said, per ProFootballTalk.com. “But me, individually, and giving you my opinion, I wouldn’t trade him. I wouldn’t...