Percy Harvin had one of his best games as a pro Sunday in the Vikings' 24-14 loss to Atlanta. He caught a 39-yard touchdown pass from Christian Ponder and returned a kickoff 104-yards inside the Falcons five yard line. His performance is drawing praise from many.
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Humble Harvin praised for toughness
Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin has played through a lot of pain during his three year career. From migraine headaches to sore ribs, Harvin continues to play almost no matter what. His toughness is drawing praise from teammates, but he says he's just doing his job.
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.
Percy Harvin needs shoulder surgery
Percy Harvin announced on Twitter Monday night that he needs surgery on his shoulder. The Vikings' leading receiver says recovery time from the operation will be quick and he'll be ready for organized team activities. NFL Network's Jason La Canfora reports the procedure is just a clean up that will keep him out a few weeks.
Ponder says Harvin 'ready to go' for Vikings training camp
Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder appears to have the inside track on what's going on with his disgruntled teammate, Percy Harvin. Ponder told the Pioneer Press Saturday that he's been in touch with Harvin through texts. Ponder said while he's never brought up Harvin's problems with the organization, he knows the wide receiver is preparing for this week's training camp and is "ready to go."
Report: Harvin had drug, disciplinary problems while playing for Florida Gators
Percy Harvin played for the Florida Gators from 2006-2008, and according to an online report by Sporting News, he failed drug tests for marijuana and missed the 2008 season opener. The report also says that in 2007 Harvin threw an assistant coach to the ground by his neck, but he wasn't punished.
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