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Percy was gonna beat Munnerlyns ass lol

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Percy was gonna beat Munnerlyns ass lol

he sat him down like he was his son.

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Percy was gonna beat Munnerlyns ass lol

Got him back later.. stripped him on like the 1 xD

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I'd be ok with either round. Regardless of his tantrums and his migraines he is infinitely better than lafell. And with the right QB and coach, and don't forget Steve, I think he would enjoy playing more and thusly stop being a dick.

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He still was about to get that butt whooped, but you right. lol

As for obtaining PH, sure. I wouldn't give up much for him, though. Especially not what the OP is suggesting. The receiver I want most is that boy Keenan Allen. I used to see dude all the time at the barbershop. Would be cool seeing him on the Panthers.

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Isn't he the hot head that kept fighting with Cap last year?

Yes and he ended up destroying us that game too there friend.

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Captain seems scrappy. I'd put my money on him in a fight with Harvin.

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Percy Harvin is probably the most dynamic player in the NFL. He can return kickoffs, punts, line up inside, outside and run the rock. Even Adrian Peterson called him the best player on the NFL.

His migraine issue was a non factor this season and looked to have put it behind him. Harvin could be the player to put us over the top on offense and ST.

Given all the other 2nd and 3rd round busts the last few years, we are not guaranteed to have a playmaker with the abilities of Harvin.

If in the event he is in the crosshairs, Panthers should jump all over it.

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4 touchdowns in 4 years doesn't sound good, but with 2 100 yard + games this year, he might be an asset. I would be willing to give up Joe Adams and a 6th round draft pick.

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Trading draft pics strips you of the advantage for players of the new rookie contract in place. Look at the difference in pay of a guy like Harvin or a wr you can get in the 2nd round.

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Some of the responses here are funny. Yea, harvin is a bit of a diva and has his issues with staying on the field, but the guy is a dynamic playmaker who is explosive with the ball in his hands, he'd be a #1 wr on nearly every team in the league

Injured..all the time..

Chronic headcase..one of the major players that drove Urban Meyer crazy about Fla recruits and criminal/off-field issues.

I would just draft Tavon Austin as a play making burner.

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Vikings receiver Percy Harvin is one of the most explosive players in the NFL. In more ways than one.

His fierce skills come with a fiery (at times) demeanor. The latter reportedly manifested itself earlier this month, via a “heated exchange” with coach Leslie Frazier.

Tom Pelissero of 1500ESPN.com reports, citing “four NFL sources,” that Harvin and Frazier argued “in front of some players and staff members.” That would be at least the second incident between player and coach this season; previously, Harvin was seen jawing at Frazier during a game at Seattle — the same game in which Harvin suffered his ankle injury.

During the offseason, Harvin was upset about something other than his contract, and he asked for a trade.

Per Pelissero, some believe that the second argument, not the ankle injury, prompted the decision to put Harvin on injured reserve for the bulk of the season.

If the report is true (and we’ve got no reason to think it isn’t), it’s the latest in a long line of incidents involving Harvin. He clashed with former Vikings coach Brad Childress, with Frazier playing the role of peacemaker more than once. And at Florida, Harvin reportedly grabbed receivers coach Billy Gonzales by the neck and threw him to the ground. Harvin was never disciplined.

The end result could be a decision by the Vikings to get what they can for the 2009 NFL offensive rookie of the year and move on. What they get — and what he’ll get by way of a second contract — could be influenced by his history. Eventually, however, someone will take a chance on a guy who gives any team a better chance to win.

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