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Leslie Frazier doesn’t think Percy Harvin will hold out

Percy Harvin

Minnesota Vikings NFL football wide receiver Percy Harvin tells reporters he is upset with the team after he participated in a walkthrough practice during the first day of minicamp, Tuesday, June 19, 2012, in Eden Prairie, Minn. Harvin did not elaborate on details. Coach Leslie Frazier says he has talked with Harvin and plans to have more in-depth conversations. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)


Vikings coach Leslie Frazier doesn’t sound overly concerned about the news that wide receiver Percy Harvin is unhappy with his contract and is hinting at a training camp holdout.

Asked by reporters if he thinks Harvin will skip camp, Frazier said he believes Harvin will be there when camp opens.

“That’s something we’ll talk through,” Frazier said. “I don’t see any reason he wouldn’t be at training camp. I expect him to be at camp, expect all our guys to be at camp.”

Frazier said he has spoken with Harvin, although he didn’t offer many details of their conversation and didn’t say whether he has any reason to believe Harvin will report to campe on time.

“We’re going to talk some more,” Frazier said. “The good thing is that he’s here. We’re happy he’s here and participating and a part of what we’re doing. Looking forward to him having a great 2012.”

Here are Frazier’s comments today: