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Percy Harvin returns to practice, listed as questionable

Percy Harvin practiced on at least a limited basis Friday after missing the previous two days with migraines, but coach Brad Childress  surprisingly said he would be listed as “doubtful” on the injury report, according to Judd Zulgad of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.  (UPDATE: Someone changed their mind.  The Vikings sent out an “update” saying Harvin would be listed as questionable.)

Missed practice time is nothing new for Harvin. Tom Pelissero of espn1500.com notes that Harvin has missed 31 practices since the start of camp.  His production has actually been better in the four weeks he’s been limited in practice than the four weeks he practiced fully.

Chicago’s improved pass defense can’t be sure who is suiting up for Minnesota.  Brad Childress called Sidney Rice “questionable” even though he hasn’t been activated off the PUP list as of yet.  It seems like Rice has a good chance to play, but he says he’s considering long-term implications as well.

Cornerback Asher Allen and safety Jamarca Sanford will be doubtful, and it looks like Chris Cook will start at cornerback opposite Antoine Winfield in Minnesota’s latest “We better win or we’re screwed” game.

UPDATE II: Bernard Berrian was a late addition to the injury report for a second straight week.  He’s questionable with a groin injury.

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11 Responses to “Percy Harvin returns to practice, listed as questionable”
  1. jimmy1smith says: Nov 12, 2010 2:56 PM

    The Vikings better win, one more win and then it wouldn’t be the coach’s fault anymore.

    Anything to keep Col Clueless Klink on the sidelines through next year.

  2. bluestree says: Nov 12, 2010 2:59 PM

    Harvin will play, Rice will play, what have the Vikings got to lose? Desperation is the norm in Minnesota and it’s not like they can hold them out for the “playoff run”.

  3. champagne1422 says: Nov 12, 2010 3:00 PM

    if Sidney Rice can run then he should play. He already put the Vikings in a tough situation by waiting until training camp to have surgery in the first place.

    Also, It is obvious that Harvin doesn’t need a Randy Moss in the lineup to be successful. Rice will make this offense explosive again.

    Hopefully Berrian can carry over the success from last week. They are playing DA BEARS by the way.

  4. backdapack says: Nov 12, 2010 3:01 PM

    Bears win and the Queens are cooked!

    Queens squeek by the Bears and the Pack have a strangle hold on the North!

    Life is good…GO PACK!!!!!!!

  5. elgaffo says: Nov 12, 2010 3:03 PM

    Harvin is a great talent. It was good to see him have such a good run here the last couple weeks but it looks like these migraines are always going to be “questionable”

  6. pervyharvin says: Nov 12, 2010 3:15 PM

    same old story…another week.Percy will play.

  7. greeneggsandelbow says: Nov 12, 2010 3:18 PM

    Farve threatened to send him text messages with picture attachments if he didn’t return to practice.

  8. zaggs says: Nov 12, 2010 3:23 PM

    Oh just activate Rice already. I’ve got him warming a spot on my fantasy bench and already passed up a trade for Welker.

  9. charleswoodson says: Nov 12, 2010 3:27 PM

    “Torched” would be a kind assessment of Chris Cook’s initial performance vs. Green Bay, so if Cutler doesn’t carve up Cook on Sunday, then it probably won’t be for lack of the downtrodden QB’s effort.

  10. pedsaregoodforsports says: Nov 12, 2010 4:27 PM

    @greeneggs

    LOL

  11. vikesfansteve says: Nov 12, 2010 8:08 PM

    just don’t fumble again

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