Percy Harvin is not happy with the Minnesota Vikings.
Harvin isn't saying what has him so upset with the organization that drafted him in the first round in 2009, but he sounded the alarm Tuesday that something has to be addressed before training camp begins at the end of July.
"I just put it this way, there's a lot of different things that have to be sorted out," Harvin said on the first day of a mandatory minicamp. "Just haven't been really happy lately. We've got a couple of things to work on. I'm here in the classroom. We'll go from there."
Harvin watched most of the practice without participating, though coach Leslie Frazier said that was planned because the star receiver is only two months removed from shoulder surgery.
Harvin has two years left on his rookie contract, but declined several opportunities to be more specific about why he is unhappy, be it financial or something to do with the direction of a team that appears to be in rebuilding mode after consecutive last-place finishes in the NFC North.
"I don't get into specifics," Harvin said. "Just overall haven't been really happy. But we here, hopefully we can get things worked out and go from there."
Ex-Saint on defensive
Former New Orleans defensive end Anthony Hargrove says it's not his voice saying "Give me the money" in a video used by the NFL as evidence in its investigation of the Saints bounty program. A day after Hargrove and three of his ex-teammates had appeals of their suspensions heard at NFL headquarters, he returned to the sidewalk outside the league offices Tuesday for an informal news conference.
On Monday, the NFL showed reporters a clip from the 2010 NFC championship game in which Hargrove purportedly made the "money" comment about injuring then-Vikings QB Brett Favre. Hargrove insisted that it was someone else uttering those words, though he said he didn't know who.
In Great Falls, Mont., former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf was sentenced to nine months of lockdown addiction treatment followed by time in a prerelease center after pleading guilty last month to breaking into a house and illegally possessing painkillers.