Jay Glazer of Fox Sports reported Monday via Twitter that the Minnesota Vikings have agreed to trade wide receiver Percy Harvin to the Seattle Seahawks in a deal that is believed to include the Seahawks 2013 first round draft pick.
Now that the Vikings have unloaded one of their top two offensive play-makers, and number one headache, you have to wonder if they will now get in the race to sign Pittsburgh Steelers unrestricted free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace.
As Peter King from Sports Illustrated reported on Monday, the Miami Dolphins don\’t appear to have had much, if any, competition for Wallace during the legal tampering period that started midnight on Saturday.
The Vikings, however, might decide to spend their freed up cap space to address other areas of need instead and go the route of the draft as far as landing a replacement for Harvin.
We are now a little more than 24 hours away from the start of free agency, so we will not have much longer to wait until we find out what team Wallace will be playing for in 2013. Who knows? Perhaps Wallace winds up taking his talents to Lake Minnetonka instead of South Beach.