Harvin doesn't know if he's returning kickoffs

Percy Harvin has returned one kick this season - and it went for a 103-yard touchdown. He's the only player in Vikings history with four returns for touchdowns. Apparently that doesn't count for much, because Harvin still doesn't know if he'll be returning kickoffs against Tampa Bay.
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Percy Harvin has returned one kick this season - and it went for a 103-yard touchdown. He's the only player in Vikings history with four returns for touchdowns. Apparently that doesn't count for much, because Harvin still doesn't know if he'll be returning kickoffs against Tampa Bay.

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