Posted by Will Brinson
Percy Harvin missed Wednesday and Thursday practice and threatened to leave the Vikings with Hank Baskett as their primary receiving weapon against the Cardinals on Sunday (well, at least in Brad Childress' mind anyway).
He came back to practice Friday, but according to a report from Judd Zulgad of the Star-Tribune, Childress and Harvin ended up getting in a "heated argument" after Chilly "questioned Harvin's effort in practice."
Harvin was upset with Randy Moss' recent departure from Minnesota and it's a safe assumption that there's some sort of underlying feelings here: Childress reportedly almost lost his job because of the Moss deal and the possibility that he'd lost the locker room.
Harvin didn't help things by taking his emotions public and now -- surprise, surprise -- things are mildly tense in Minnesota with the team.
The only good news in all of this is that winning solves most problems. But that's easier said than done for the Vikings these days.
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