Despite ongoing issues with migraine headaches and two bulging disks in his neck, Vikings receiver Percy Harvin is off the injury report and preparing for a key Monday night game against the Bears.
Harvin visited the Mayo Clinic on Tuesday, and he said that doctors came up with a “great plan” for managing his migraines, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
“Yeah, it’s a relief,” Harvin said. “Without going into [specifics], we had
a great visit and came up with a great plan. I saw great doctors and it
should be good from now on. I’m all good.”
Coach Brad Childress downplayed the neck situation, explaining that while two disks might be bulging they’re not herniated.
No Vikings player has missed practice this week due to injury. Guard Steve Hutchinson (shoulder), defensive end Brian Robison (quadriceps), defensive tackle Pat Williams (elbow), and cornerback Antoine Winfield (foot) participated on Wednesday and Thursday on a limited basis.