02-07-2013, 09:17 PM #21
What I hate about this whole thing is turning Harvin into some kind of Diva. Its news that he has a good state of mind????? Please....... Every retruning player better damn well have a good state of mind or send their ass packing. Football is a team sport. All this courting him BS is getting old. Offer him a contract and let him know what you expect from him for that. If he can't make up his mind trade him for people that want to be here and make the team better.
02-07-2013, 09:37 PM #22
Courting an injured player that was in Florida whilst his teammates were busting their asses is bullshit. Percy "is in a good state of mind?" Are you serious? Sorry VikingNation, it's bullshit.
I realize that today's NFL is not the same as yesteryear, but, personally, if he doesn't want to be a part of what the Vikes are doing or where the Vikes are going, and, if I'm in charge...I would see it that there are two options. 1) Trade him now, 2) Do nothing, he's under contract. If he holds out, let him...and, don't blink. He either gets the message, or doesn't...either way, you know what you are dealing with.
Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent
As a matter of fact, I do know
02-08-2013, 06:48 AM #23Rookie
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Percy Harvin returned 'in a good frame of mind,'
He IS one of the most talented, exciting, and productive players in the NFL. Without his performance this year, we don't win 10 games. He is, or should be, worth as much as we paid for JA. That seems to have worked out fairly well. That said, I still don't want to play against him. I'm very much in favor of keeping him if we can. If not, get a lot!None