Adrian Peterson wants Percy Harvin to stay with Minnesota Vikings

Percy Harvin of the Minnesota Vikings on November 4, 2012
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Adrian Peterson hopes that Percy Harvin does not leave the Minnesota Vikings during the off-season.

Adrian Peterson has said that he wants Percy Harvin to remain with the Minnesota Vikings for the 2013 season.

The Vikings are expected to try to trade the wide receiver following a bust up with the team's head coach.

The 2012 NFL MVP told KFAN-FM: "I don't know if we will or not, but me, individually and in my opinion, I wouldn't trade him. No, I wouldn't trade him.

"To do the things that he's able to do, I don't think there will be a player that's able to do it better than him, ever. The things he's able to do. He does so much. There will never be another player that can do it better than him.

"I think he's a good teammate. I always look at what you get from a person, and I know it comes with, 'Hey, you got to deal with this or you got to deal with that.' Or no matter what the situation is with that person, but I always feel like that person can overcome whatever it is they might be struggling with, whatever it is. I feel like a person can overcome. So whatever it is, I would work on it."

Harvin recorded 677 receiving yards and 96 rushing yards for four touchdowns before picking up an ankle injury during the ninth game of the season.

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