Shoulder surgery shouldn't set Percy Harvin back more than two weeks

Good news for Vikings fans Tuesday as head coach Leslie Frazier told the Star Tribune that Percy Harvin's upcoming shoulder surgery isn't reason to panic. Harvin will undergo minor arthroscopic surgery to repair a sprained AC joint. The recovery time after the operation is expected to be one to two weeks.
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Good news for Vikings fans Tuesday as head coach Leslie Frazier told the Star Tribune that Percy Harvin's upcoming shoulder surgery isn't reason to panic. Harvin will undergo minor arthroscopic surgery to repair a sprained AC joint. The recovery time after the operation is expected to be one to two weeks.

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