Adrian Peterson was a guest on KFAN today, and he had some interesting things to say about Percy Harvin:


"To be honest with you, I don't know if we will or not. But me, individually, and giving you my opinion, I wouldn't trade him for nothing."


"To do the the things that he's able to do, I don't think there will be a player able to do it better than him. Ever."


"I haven't really had the opportunity to talk to him much. But I always look at what you can get from a person, and I know it comes with, 'OK, you gotta deal with this, or deal with that,' but I always feel like that person can overcome whatever it is that they might be struggling with."

So it's clear where AP stands, which might be the most persuasive argument for the Vikings mending fences with Harvin. This is your best offensive player saying you should keep your second-best offensive player. If both are happily playing for you, things are good. If one (or neither) is happily playing for you, that's not good.

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