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Report says a Percy Harvin-Leslie Frazier arguement led to the WR being placed on IR earlier this month

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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin could be looking for a new home in the off-season.

Percy Harvin

According to ESPN Twin Cities, Harvin and head coach Leslie Frazier had another heated exchanged, which resulted in Harvin being placed on the injured reserve earlier this month. It is reportedly the third issue, which have been documented, between player and coach.

This latest incident is believed to have happened in the training room. This latest exchange is fueling speculation that Harvin will leave Minnesota now with the deteriorating relationship.

Harvin has been seeking a new contract, but this doesn’t help his case. In addition, he has been frustrated with the identity of the Vikings offense.

Reportedly, he asked for a trade last off-season, but the Vikings did not want to trade him. The team is currently weighing their options, as to whether they should offer him a long-term deal with a small base salary and heavy on performance-bases incentives, or call teams in the off-season to see what his trade value is in March and April.

Harvin reportedly could garner a second or third round pick, according to one NFL executive.

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