Percy Harvin is back.
Harvin, the always unpredictable on-again, off-again receiver/running back/return man is back on the Bills again. Harvin’s agent announced that he has decided to end his retirement and play for the Bills for the rest of the season.
The news may seem like a surprise, but it probably shouldn’t. PFT noted in April, when talk first surfaced that Harvin was planning to walk away, that he has a penchant for changing his mind. His un-retirement is just the latest example of that.
It remains to be seen what kind of shape the 28-year-old Harvin is in, but when he’s healthy and motivated, he’s a big-time playmaker with the ball in his hands. The Bills could use that.
Last year Harvin started five games for the Bills, catching 19 passes for 218 yards, running five times for 31 yards and returning five kickoffs for 108 yards. He has previously played for the Jets, Seahawks and Vikings.