Percy Harvin has requested a trade from the Minnesota Vikings, according to an Associated Press report.
AP sports writer Jon Krawczynski, citing league sources, reports that while Harvin has requested a trade, it's doubtful it will be granted.
Harvin, a Pro Bowl receiver and returner entering his fourth NFL season, dropped hints at a Vikings minicamp that he is not happy and may hold out when the team begins training camp in July.
"I'll just put it this way -- it's a lot of different things that have to be sorted out," he said. "Just haven't been real happy lately. So, we've got a couple things to work on. I'm here in the classroom, so we'll go from here."
Harvin's current contract with the Vikings pays him less than $2.5 million combined over the next two seasons.
Percy Harvin played all 16 games for the Vikings last season, with career highs in receiving yards (967), rushing yards (345) and touchdowns (8).