Found May 29, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
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Getty Images According to Jeremy Fowler of TwinCities.com, Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin hasn’t been participating in OTA’s after undergoing minor offseason shoulder surgery. Harvin isn’t expected to miss a lot of time, but he was only limited to team meetings during Tuesday’s session.  There’s no indication as to when he will participate on the field, at this point.
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