Minnesota Vikings playmaker PERCY HARVIN has requested a trade from the team following the first day of mandatory minicamp practice Tuesday. Without being specific, Harvin says he is unhappy with things in Minnesota…
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Harvin is one of the key players in the Vikings’ rebuilding program as they look to improve upon back-to-back last place finishes in the NFC North.
The issues with Harvin may stem from his offensive role with the team this season to his contract situation. The 24-year old is in the midst of completing a rookie contract that will pay him $915,000 for the 2012 season and $1.5 million for 2013. He also gets bonuses for each year totaling $27,500.
Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier feels certain he can sit down with Harvin and workout whatever it is that is troubling the star wideout and return man and says the team has no plans to trade Harvin.
“I really feel like when he and I sit down and talk in depth,” Frazier said, “whatever is in his heart or on his mind, we’ll get through it.”
Harvin isn’t the only one with issues. What is up with the video camera man? That’s way too much lip service don’t you think?