Former Seahawks fullback confirms Harvin-Tate fight
Since the Seahawks surprisingly traded Percy Harvin to the Jets on Friday, news has trickled out about the type of person the speedy receiver was when he was in Seattle.
One of those stories was that Harvin got into a fight with Golden Tate, now with the Lions, and that Harvin gave him a black eye. Speaking on NFL GameDay First, former Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson confirmed the story and said he was the one that broke up the fight.
"Something did go on at the Super Bowl that a lot of fans don't know about," Robinson said. "There was an altercation in the locker room between Percy Harvin and Golden Tate. It saddens me because I was a leader on that team and to know that this information got out -- usually Pete Carroll-coached teams, this type of thing stays in-house. There was an issue, I physically broke it up, I was there, you would have to ask those guys what they were arguing about, I'm not at liberty to talk about it."
Robinson said both Harvin and Tate were able to work out whatever issue it was they had with one another.
This is clearly just one of the examples as to why the Seahawks were OK with moving on from Harvin.
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