MRI confirms Harvin has sprained ankle

Vikings receiver Percy Harvin is day-to-day after an MRI shows that he sprained his ankle in Sunday's loss to Seattle.
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No break, just a sprain. That’s the latest on Percy Harvin, who wrenched his ankle in yesterday’s loss to the Seahawks. In his Monday news conference, Vikings coach Leslie Frazier says Harvin is day-to-day, and hasn’t been ruled out for next Sunday’s game against Detroit.

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