EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. More than four weeks since receiver Percy Harvin badly sprained his left ankle, Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier said Wednesday it was "hard to say" whether Harvin will return this season and wouldn't get into specifics about the injury or Harvin's return.
Frazier was cryptic after being more forthright in earlier weeks.
"There's some things we just got to see what happens with," Frazier said when asked whether Harvin's situation is the same as last week.
Harvin last played in a Week 9 loss to Seattle. He had the ankle re-taped and returned to the game but has been held out since then, returning on a limited basis for one practice last week before being scratched from Sunday's game. Harvin leads the team with 62 catches and 677 receiving yards and is the NFL's leading kickoff returner with a 35.9-yard average.
Initially Frazier and Harvin were hopeful the receiver would return following the team's Week 11 bye, but he's been unable to apply much pressure to...