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Report: Harvin had drug, disciplinary problems while playing for Florida Gators

Percy Harvin played for the Florida Gators from 2006-2008, and according to an online report by Sporting News, he failed drug tests for marijuana and missed the 2008 season opener. The report also says that in 2007 Harvin threw an assistant coach to the ground by his neck, but he wasn't punished.
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Percy Harvin played for the Florida Gators from 2006-2008, and according to an online report by Sporting News, he failed drug tests for marijuana and missed the 2008 season opener. The report also says that in 2007 Harvin threw an assistant coach to the ground by his neck, but he wasn't punished.

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