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Harvin has asked Vikings to trade him

Posted by: Chris Miller under Vikings, Chad Greenway, Jared Allen, Percy Harvin, Vikings training camp Updated: June 20, 2012 - 12:01 PM

Percy Harvin has asked the Vikings to consider trading him.

Dan Wiederer of the Star Tribune has confirmed, through a source close to the situation, the story first reported by the Associated Press this morning.

Sounds as if it'll be quite a newsy day again at Winter Park. Harvin went through the morning workout, but did not speak to reporters.

Offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave said he is not aware of any problems Harvin has with the team's offense. He said he'd like to get Harvin more involved, but said their relationship is "excellent."

The Vikings are back at it today for the second day of mini-camp at Winter Park. Thunderstorms are in the forecast, but the team can always have its afternoon workout in the Fieldhouse.

Here is the recap from Tuesday's Day 1:

Craig Malveaux listened to Jared Allen explain why he wasn't at the OTAs and how he intends to attack the NFL sack record here.

The condition of Chad Greenway's father was the subject of Kent Youngblood's notebook here.

Matt Gillmer produced a video wrapping up the day's events here.

We'll have updates today from Kent and Craig.

 

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