Percy Harvin got his wish.
After reportedly demanding a trade out of Minnesota over the weekend, Harvin has been dealt to the Seattle Seahawks pending a physical, according to multiple sources.
Fox Sports' Jay Glazer was the first to report the deal, which seems to work out for everyone involved.
The Vikings are to receive three draft picks from the Seahawks -- a first-round (No. 25 overall) and a seventh-round this year, and a mid-round pick in 2014 -- for a player who had threatened to hold out well into the 2013 season and appeared to have no intention of sticking around once his rookie contract ran out a year from now.
The Seahawks add a former Pro Bowler and 2009 offensive rookie of the year to a receiving corps that already includes Sidney Rice and Golden Tate. Harvin has caught for 3,302 yards and 20 touchdowns to go with four rushing scores and five more on kickoff returns.