Unhappy Harvin returns to Vikings minicamp
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) -- Unhappy wide receiver Percy Harvin has returned to Minnesota's practice after a brief absence following his request to be traded.
Harvin was on the field Thursday for the final portion of minicamp at Winter Park, taking part in all of the drills.
The fourth-year Vikings star said Tuesday that he's upset with the team about issues he refused to explain. He was present for Wednesday's walk-through but missing at the afternoon workout.
That came after word that Harvin wants to be dealt. General manager Rick Spielman then told reporters there is no plan to trade him.
Head coach Leslie Frazier said Wednesday he sees no reason why the situation can't be resolved.
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