Update: Harvin participated in full practice Thursday with the Vikings. Harvin is a drama queen isn't he? Look at the guy's last few twitter posts, if you disagree.
Update: Harvin is no longer participating in Vikings MANDATORY Minicamp. Haven't we seen this story before? Star is upset with team. Team displays authority. Player walks. Team is forced to oblige player to get any sort of production from him, be it by trade or answering other demands. Here we go again. Still think he won't be traded?
Sources: Yahoo Sports
The fourth-year wide receiver is upset with the Minnesota Vikings. What caused it? He hasn't yet stated directly, but I'm sure he will.
Minnesota will hesitate to oblige him, but when a budding superstar asks for a trade and doesn't receive one, we all know how well that season goes for all parties involved.
Beware fantasy drafters.
Harvin is locked in to his contract for the next couple of years. Harvin signed a five-year deal worth $14.5 million in 2009, but that contract shouldn't deter any team from picking up this talented receiver and return specialist.
In my opinion, I see five places where Harvin could make an impact and would be the most fun to watch—if he is in fact traded somewhere this season.