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How Percy Harvin Changes the Vikings Playbook in 2009

Published by on May 26, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

The above picture is of Percy Harvin, the Minnesota Vikings 2009 First Round selection in the NFL Draft. A force in his three years at Florida, the Vikings took a chance by drafting him after his positive marijuana test at the NFL Combine.

While short in stature (5'11", 195), Harvin should single-handedly change the Vikings playbook in 2009 because of his versatility.

Last year at Florida, he averaged 9.4 yards per rush and 16.1 yards per catch. The Vikings drafted him for the sole reason that they believe he could improve their offense more than drafting a right tackle (the position many thought they would address in the First Round).

Two short years ago, the Vikings playbook changed immensely when they ...

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