Tuesday morning reports surfaced about Minnesota Vikings receiver Percy Harvin holding out to start training camp, as Harvin indicated he had some "issues" he needed resolved by the organization before putting on the pads to join his team.
This forced Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier to address the topic later in the day. According to ProFootballTalk.com, Frazier remained positive and gave no indication that Harvin's "issues" will be a problem.
"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 camp on time.
The Vikings begin training camp on Thursday, July 26th for three weeks at their training facility in Mankato, Minnesota.
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