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Simply put, the Minnesota Vikings would be doing themselves a favor by putting an end the drama, one way or another.
Prior to the 2012 NFL season, Percy Harvin threatened to hold out of training camp (via The Associated Press). Harvin eventually attended the workouts, but voiced his displeasure about the Vikings' reluctance to offer him a substantial contract extension.
In November 2012, Harvin reportedly clashed with head coach Leslie Frazier in a heated confrontation, via 1500 ESPN.
In February 2013, Mike Max of WCCO reported that the Vikings would try to trade Harvin.
Josina Anderson of ESPN proceeded to report that Harvin believes he's deserves money to the tune of Calvin Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald's contracts.
The Vikings' response came via general manager Rick Spielman: Minnesota will not trade Harvin (via NFL.com).
As previously alluded to, Harvin is now demanding a trade. In other words, we've come full circle in terms of his standing with the organization.
As great of a player as he may be, perhaps trading Harvin is the only way to end this constant headache.