So we know that Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson is unhappy that star receiver Percy Harvin was traded Monday from the Vikings to the Seattle Seahawks. We can assume that a lot of fans are unhappy to lose a Pro Bowl player who led the team in receiving yards the last three seasons.
But we also can figure that Harvin himself is happy with the move, since he's been demanding a trade for some time now, and that some fans might be relieved to have such a malcontent out of the locker room.
No word on exactly how quarterback Christian Ponder feels about losing his favorite target, one who caught 62 passes for 677 yards and three touchdowns in just nine games last season.
But sources have said that Harvin had plenty to say about Ponder's abilities, and not much of it was kind. According to Yahoo! Sports, all that complaining about the guy they still consider their franchise quarterback may have been what finally led the Vikings to give in to the receiver's trade demands.