EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Percy Harvin said he felt he was "done" after being tackled for a three-yard loss late in the third quarter of the Minnesota Vikings' 30-20 loss at Seattle on Sunday.
The league's leading receiver with 62 catches this season sprained his ankle in three places, but Harvin and coach Leslie Frazier are calling his status day to day and hoping he can return for Sunday's home game against the Detroit Lions.
An MRI confirmed a sprained ankle, but no further injury for Harvin. He was on crutches in the locker room Monday.
"It's not a good sign," Harvin said of his crutches. "We're going to go day to day and see what happens."
Harvin avoided a high-ankle sprain, but three sprains will make his return for Sunday more difficult. With the bye the following week, Minnesota could choose to rest its versatile, playmaking receiver, but Harvin isn't planning on sitting.
"Does it make sense? To me no," Harvin said. "But if that's what has to happen, then that's what has to...