Minnesota Vikings' wide receiver Percy Harvin doesn't look like he'll be able to go Sunday in a division match-up against the Chicago Bears. Harvin is battling a sprained ankle and still can't put much weight on the ankle at all.
According to Joe Oberle of CBS Sports, Harvin was not able to get through pre-practice yesterday and has been listed as doubtful for Sunday's game. Harvin initially injured himself at the beginning of the month. In their November 4th game against the Seattle Seahawks. He hasn't played since.
Harvin has had a long-history of injuries. Most notably, Harvin has battled severe migraines that have kept him off the practice field and the playing field at times. He seems to have gotten better control of the migraines. With his ankle injury, it's just going to be a matter of time. He tried to give it a shot Friday, and he is just not ready.
“Percy gave it a try in pre-practice,” Frazier said. “Really couldn't put a lot of weight on the ankle at this point. He is going to be listed as doubtful for this ball game.”
Harvin is 24 years old and in his fourth NFL season. He has 3,302 yards receiving and 20 touchdowns in his career. So far this season, Harvin has 62 receptions for 677 yards and three touchdowns.
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