Percy Harvin trade talk is all the rage as the Vikings front office enters the NFL combine this week, but their mercurial wide receiver still is not commenting.

Harvin, who went to retrieve something from his silver Mercedes, waved off an approaching reporter in the driveway of the former Pro Bowler's Florida home Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 19. Speculation about Harvin's future in Minnesota has been swirling, with the receiver entering the final year of his rookie deal.

"I got nothing to say about any of that," Harvin said before retreating into his house and closing the front door.

Harvin has not addressed his situation since issuing a statement through the Vikings on Dec. 6 saying he was "disappointed" his Week 9 ankle injury forced him to be placed on season-ending injured reserve. He has not spoken to the media since hobbling into the locker room on crutches Nov. 5, the day after he was injured in a loss at Seattle.

Harvin has been rehabbing at a clinic at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Dressed in a black tank top, white athletic shorts and matching basketball shoes, he walked without a noticeable limp outside his beige, two-story stucco home in Fleming Island.

More than three hours north of where the Twins have started spring training, this upper-middle-class bedroom community is in a development of mostly single-family homes. Harvin, 24, purchased his house for $387,500 in December 2010, according to Clay County property
records. It is nestled on a quiet street, where children played lacrosse and basketball in cul-de-sacs and people walked their dogs around mailboxes with American flags flapping in the warm breeze.