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Russell and I were good friends when I was in Seattle, on and off the field — he knows the rumors about me were unfounded, damaging to my reputation, and an attack on my character.
Anyone who circulated that rumor was just plain irresponsible.” The rumor had been after the affair, Percy Harvin punched Tate during last year’s Super Bowl week, causing a strife that led to Tate’s signing with Detroit and Harvin being shipped to the Jets this season. “There was also a social media frenzy concerning me and Percy Harvin,” Harvin writes.
At 29, the Vikings traded back in to the first round to grab Patterson, a rough WR project, but a speed demon who would immediately take over kick returns for... If Harvin is still in Minnesota, they probably only take one player in the first round, and we can have a healthy debate as to whether or not it would have been Floyd or Rhodes.
Mike Zimmer hadn’t been hired yet, so I still think they go with Floyd, as he had to have been the highest rated player on Minnesota’s board.
After he left Minnesota, he won a Super Bowl with the Seahawks, but injuries shortened what was a promising career with coffee cup stints there, in New York with the Jets, and then Buffalo before he retired.
THAT means the Vikes get their picks in rounds two, three, four, and seven back, and the draft class looks much, much different.
Percy and I did have a confrontation, yes, but no punches were thrown, and it certainly never rose to the level that was erroneously reported by certain outlets.
Percy Harvin revealed in a Sports Illustrated story that in addition to his unending migraines, he also has dealt with an anxiety disorder for much of his life.
“To set the record straight, I was not punched by Percy during Super Bowl week last year, nor did I have a black eye, as was speculated on by various Internet reports.
I even saw a photo of my face that was photoshopped with a mark on it!
Living back in Gainesville, Fla., where he rose to stardom with the Florida Gators, and both helping to raise his 5-year-old son and serving as something of a mentor for current Florida players, Harvin opened up about his mental health struggles, in the hopes that he can help others. His migraines are well-known; he describes them as, “take a hammer and beat it on the side of your head nonstop.”The constant pain and the anxiety meant Harvin played nearly all of his NFL games on little to no sleep.“The best way I can describe it is that I felt ‘out of body.’ My heart would be going, I’d be sweating, I felt like everybody in the room was looking at me,” he said. He won’t blame his anxiety disorder for his outbursts, and mental health professionals SI spoke with said anxiety and emotional outbursts aren’t usually related.