The Minnesota Vikings are reportedly looking to trade Percy Harvin after another a season of frustration between both sides. Sources tell Mike Max of WCCO in Minneapolis the reason he went on injured reserve this season ultimately stemmed from an altercation between the young receiver and head coach Leslie Frazier. Supposedly on his way out, where will Harvin be playing in 2013?

Naturally when a top-tier athlete like Harvin hits the trading block, speculation will develop all over the league as to where he'll be heading. When look at the current Atlanta Falcons roster, you probably think they're set at wide receiver with Roddy White, Julio Jones and Harry Douglas. However, one writer believes they could use his explosive talent.

Sam Monson discussed Harvin's potential suitors in an ESPN Insider article. I can't reveal the entirety of his discussion, but Monson lists the Falcons as a team that could be in line. Here's an excerpt of his thinking.

Despite the aggressive moves they have made in the past, the Falcons are still in a healthy salary-cap situation and have more than enough to get a contract done with Harvin. Roddy White, Julio Jones and Harvin would be a fearsome trio.