Found March 08, 2013 on NESN.com:
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The Mike Wallace sweepstakes is set to get underway along with NFL free agency on Monday, and one of his biggest suitors is expected to be the Minnesota Vikings. But that could mean a serious makeover for the Vikings’ offense. Percy Harvin has been the Vikings’ leading receiver for each of the past three seasons, but adding Wallace could mean the end of the road for Harvin in Minnesota, says Yahoo! Sports’ Jason Cole. Harvin’s had a turbulent tenure with the Vikings over the past four seasons, including multiple threats to holdout. All of the tension finally came to a head last season when Harvin had a few heated arguments with head coach Leslie Frasier and reportedly even considered walking out on the team. The controversy led to some rumors that the troubled wideout would be traded this offseason, even sparking speculation for the New England Patriots and San Francisco 49ers to make a run at him. Wallace is arguably the prize of this free-agent class and is likely to exceed even t...
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