Reports say Harvin looking to be traded from VikingsMinnesota Sports
-- Minnesota Vikings receiver Percy Harvin has still not told reporters what specifically he is mad about, but multiple media outlets are reporting the pass catcher has asked to be traded.
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. - Minnesota Vikings receiver Percy Harvin has still not told reporters what specifically he is mad about, but multiple media outlets are reporting the pass catcher has asked to be traded.
Team general manager Rick Spielman says the club is not interested in trading Harvin, but would not offer specifics as to what Harvin's grievances might be.
Head coach Leslie Frazier says he will have a sit-down conversation with Harvin at some point soon. The team will have its third practice today as part of the mandatory minicamp this week at Winter Park.
Interim New Orleans Saints head coach Joe Vitt says he never offered players bounty money. The NFL claims Vitt offered a five-thousand-dollar bounty on former Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre during the NFC Championship Game in 2010. Vitt said in a statement he has never pledged any money or bounty in connection with any game. Vitt also said he has pledged to commissioner Roger Goodell to be an agent of change in helping to find new ways to make the game safer. Vitt is suspended for the first six games of the upcoming season for his role in the program. Vitt is currently handling the day-to-day coaching duties in place of Sean Payton, who has been suspended for the entire upcoming season.