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NFL Injury Report:
Following the reports of the heated exchange that took place
between Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier and wide receiver Percy Harvin
recently, rumors are swirling that the dynamic playmaker will once again
request to be traded in the offseason, according to Mike Florio of Pro Football
In the aftermath of a report this week from Tom Pelissero of
1500ESPN.com that Harvin and coach Leslie Frazier engaged in a “heated exchange”
before Harvin’s placement on injured reserve, there is plenty of scuttlebutt
regarding the question of whether Harvin will ask again to be traded — and
whether this time the Vikings will decide to grant his request.
Harvin requested a trade last offseason, but the Vikings
ultimately decided to hang onto the talented wide receiver. The move ended up
paying off, as Harvin is one of the reasons Minnesota has a shot at making the
However, Harvin and Frazier had a falling out of sorts prior
to the wide receiver’s placement on season-ending injured reserve. Considering
his history and the recent events, Florio believes Harvin could once again
request a trade following the season.
Florio adds that this time the Vikings may grant the request
considering Harvin’s track record and the fact that he’s going to want “to be
paid huge money before his rookie contract expires after the 2013 season.”
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