WR Harvin Back At Practice After Migraine Attack

The Vikings got some good news, as wide out Percy Harvin is back with the team after an overnight hospital stay following a migraine attack. Harvin was on the practice field Friday morning in light workout clothes. He exchanged handshakes and hugs and chatted with coaches before going inside the team’s practice facility.

Harvin was taken away from Winter Park by ambulance Thursday after getting sick on the field. It was a sobering scene that led the Vikings to stop practice early. Harvin has missed all but a handful of practices since training camp began.

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7 Responses to “WR Harvin Back At Practice After Migraine Attack”

  1. Brett says:

    Great news 🙂

  2. Nume says:

    Lol I love Berrian’s quote today when asked about distractions:
    “Nah, I mean it’s not distractions. It’s the same thing as last year. I don’t see why it would be any more distractions than it was last year. … I think we’re the best conditioned team on distractions, beside Cincinnati.”

  3. Purple Charlie says:

    Terrell Davis said he had a doctor that gave him medicine so that they weren’t as bad when they came on…
    Too bad Percy couldn’t try that…

  4. bigjohnny84 says:

    Hey Charlie. What’s strange is how fast he can recover. Tuff kid

  5. purplereign#57 says:

    Harvin’s migraines are indeed an ongoing issue here, and the fact that he isn’t even making the trip to the west coast for Sunday night’s game makes it a bigger issue. I just hope he can get over these headaches, or get a Dr. to “give him some medicine” for them, so that he is able to play, if not full-time, then at least part-time. We might be loaded with talent, but Percy is PART of that talent, and we need him to be well.

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