Percy Harvin reportedly plans to holdout without new contract


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Yet another new chapter today in the ongoing Percy Harvin drama.

Harvin, who the Vikings are reportedly trying to trade away, has a move of his own.

According to Mike Florio of NBC's ProFootballTalk, Havrin is expected hold out in 2013 unless he gets a new deal.

Harvin is set to earn $2.9 million in 2013, the final year of his rookie contract.

Vikings play-by-play guy Paul Allen agrees with the report, writing on his KFAN blog that, in his opinion, Harvin "likely will not show for camps or training camp" without a new deal.

NFL analyst Clark Judge thinks trading Harvin isn't a bad idea. He says teams should never trade great players, but Harvin is just a good player.

It's a no-win situation for the Vikings, according to The Daily Norseman.

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