Percy Harvin’s time with the Minnessota Vikings may soon be coming to an end.
According to CBS, the Vikings are expected to trade Harvin during the offseason. The wide receiver missed several games this season with an injured ankle but the Harvin trade rumors point to an altercation earlier this year with coach Leslie Frazier.
Mike Max of WCCO in Minneapolis reports that Harvin went on a tirade against Frazier back in November. The wide receiver was disciplined with an “injured ankle” and put on the injured reserve list. Harvin’s behavior may have been excused but the wide receiver went on a similar tirade a few years ago against coach Brad Childress.
The Vikings, as well as Harvin’s teammates, are reportedly disappointed in the wide receiver’s actions.
But Harvin’s days in Minnesota aren’t quite up yet. The wide receiver can be a dangerous threat for the Vikings and General manager Rick Spielman said earlier this week that he doesn’t like to get rid of good players.
“Percy Harvin is a member of this football team and he is a very good football player. We don’t like to get rid of good football players.”
According to Yard Barker, Harvin has one more year left on his rookie contract. NFL News reports that Harvin could get more than $10 million per season if he leaves Minnesota. No one’s put in an offer yet but New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick is reportedly a big fan of the Vikings’ receiver.
Do you think Percy Harvin has played his final game in Minnesota?