Vikings General Manager Rick Spielman walked into a room Friday filled with reporters, explained that he had been in NFL draft meetings all week and jokingly asked if anything had happened since Monday.

Laughter was followed by roughly 20 minutes of conversation about the draft and next week's NFL scouting combine. Then the conversation shifted to the two biggest Vikings topics this week. The two things Spielman was alluding to when he entered:

First, the rampant trade rumors involving Percy Harvin and whether Spielman will entertain offers for the team's mercurial receiver when other teams come calling next week?

"We have no intent of trading Percy Harvin," Spielman said. "Percy Harvin is under contract and we expect him, just like all of our players under contract, to be here. He is a very good football player."

Second, why the Vikings chose to exercise a one-year contract option through 2014 for head coach Leslie Frazier rather than give him a multiyear extension?

"Leslie has done an outstanding job here," Spielman said. "He's been a great leader. We expect him to be our coach for a long time. Anything from a contractual standpoint will always be held internal, just like players."