Thursday, December 24, 2009

Vikings WR Harvin seemed fine enough to play against Bears

The Minnesota Vikings Coach Brad Childress said Wednesday that rookie wide receiver Percy Harvin recently had a “good” visit with specialists at the renowned Mayo Clinic in Rochester, a visit that is part of the team’s plan to manage Harvin’s migraine headaches.

The problem kept Harvin out of one game and limited him to one practice last week. He had only one catch for 10 yards and two kickoff returns for a total of 31 yards in Sunday’s loss to the Carolina Panthers, the Vikings’ third loss of the season.

According to Childress, the bulging discs Harvin revealed he has in his neck were nothing to worry about that they are not herniated, and he is confident that Hardin will be able to wear back his Vikings jersey to practice fully this week and hopefully to play this Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears.

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