Who's the best player in the NFL? The answer usually involves Aaron Rodgers or Tom Brady, but if you ask Chad Greenway he'll say Percy Harvin. "Percy is the best player in the NFL right now," he said. "I'd like to see anybody challenge that."
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NFL's most versatile? Harvin near the top
Percy Harvin is one of the most versatile players in the NFL. According to ESPN.com, Harvin is the the second most versatile player in the NFC. No. 1 on the list? Darren Sproles of the New Orleans Saints. Not bad company for the Vikes' leading receiver.
Percy Harvin doubtful to play against Detroit
Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against Detroit. Harvin missed a third straight practice Friday for an ankle injury. Coach Leslie Frazier says Harvin will continue to receive treatment and isn't ruled out for Sunday. His replacement is rookie Jarius Wright, who's active for the first time in his NFL career.
Vikings: The best way to use Percy Harvin
Vikings' special teams coordinator Mike Priefer has made it clear that Percy Harvin will be the team's No. 1 kickoff returner. Harvin averaged 32.5 yards per return in 2011, good for most in the NFL for players with five or more returns. But the Vikings have to find a way to balance their use of Harvin, without getting him injured.
Greenway played with extra motivation Sunday
Sunday's Vikings game carried extra meaning for linebacker Chad Greenway. His father has been dealing with complications from leukemia, but was able to attend the game and watch Greenway finish with 13 tackles and two sacks. Greenway said he "wanted it to be special" and he's glad they won the game.
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