“We definitely had to talk just in general about a lot of things,” Frazier said, per Tom Pelissero of ESPN 1500 Twin Cities. “We had a good conversation. We talked, and it was good conversation. So, hopefully, everything will work out.”
Harvin, 24, has quickly become of the game’s best offensive players, but injuries and off-the-field incidents are obvious concerns when it comes to offering him a long-term extension.
Pelissero adds that Vikings “plan always has been to redo the final year of Harvin’s rookie deal.”
He’ll make $2.9 million in 2013, which is really a steal given what Harvin brings to their offense. Clearly, his talent outweighs the aforementioned concerns, so it will be interesting to see what the Vikings do in the coming months, as there was previous speculation that could be on the trading block.