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Harvin returns to practice

Posted by: under Injury report, Vikings, Brad Childress, Vikings injury report, Brad Childress, Percy Harvin Updated: December 18, 2009 - 11:50 AM

The Vikings got some good news today as Percy Harvin returned to the field after having been sidelined much of the past two weeks because of migraine headaches. Harvin had not been on the field since he played in the Vikings' loss Dec. 6 at Arizona.

We will still need to see how Harvin is listed on today's injury report for Sunday's game in Carolina. Harvin was at Winter Park on Wednesday morning but went home after becoming ill because of the migraines. He did not come to the facility on Thursday. He visited with doctors on Monday and coach Brad Childress said Thursday that the Vikings "feel like we've got a decent plan in place," to deal with the issue.

 

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