A Percy Harvin trade is in the works to send the disgruntled wide receiver from the Minnesota Vikings to the Seattle Seahawks. According to ESPN on March 11, the trade will include Seattle's first round 2013 NFL Draft pick.
Harvin has clashed with both the Vikings' former coach Brad Childress and their current coach Leslie Frasier. The Seahawks and Pete Carrell have to hope that a change of scenery will change the poor attitude of the talented player.
Last month, Adrian Peterson said he wouldn't trade Percy Harvin for anything, but something needed to happen for both sides to move forward. Harvin ended up on the IR last season, partially based on his problems with the Viking's coaching staff while rehabbing an injury.
For the Percy Harvin trade to go through, the player also needs to agree on a new deal, which both sides hopes is completed in the next 48 hours. Harvin will fly to Seattle on Monday and undergo a physical. If all things work out, the deal will become official on Tuesday when the 2013 NFL year begins.
In Seattle, Harvin will reunite with Sidney Rice, who also played at Minnesota. Golden Tate, who will lose his spot to Harvin, simply responded that it is a business.
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