REPORT: Harvin returning to Vikings this week

By Adam Silverstein
August 15, 2010

Having not played for the Minnesota Vikings in over two weeks, former Florida Gators wide receiver Percy Harvin is expected to return to the team “as early as tonight,” according to a report from Len Pasquarelli.

The 2009 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year has been out since his grandmother passed away both grieving and suffering from severe migraine headaches that have plagued him throughout his life. Sources close to the player told Pasquarelli that he will be back with the Vikings at some point this week.

Harvin was sent a “five-day letter” by Minnesota late last week giving him a handful of days to report to the team before risking suspension and/or fine.

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One Comment

  1. Daniel M. says:

    The Harvin stuff is just meh. The want him a whole bunch. He wants to get paid. Case closed.

    Is there any network worse than the NFL Network? Beyond Rich Eisen it’s pretty much garbage. The programming, the game production, the endless self-promotion, the BARRAGE of commercials. Pure slop.

    Tim is still dipping the ball way behind him on passes. He dipped the ball down by his knee on one throw and was very nearly stripped by the left DE. The release is still slow too. He didn’t look anything like that recent video that showed him bringing the ball back above his shoulder. Lot of work to do with Tim.

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