Former Viking Percy Harvin Retiring for Good This Time
Former Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin is retiring and this time it is apparently for good according to his agent.
Harvin has dealt with major injury issues over his career and although he had retired once already, he decided to attempt a comeback with the Bills this year.
That only lasted for two games and consisted of only two catches and six passing yards, before he had to call it a season after his reoccurring migraines began acting up.
The Vikings used a first round pick on Percy Harvin back in 2009 and when he came out of the University of Florida he was touted as a game changer and at points he was.
In his rookie year, he was named the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year.
Harvin had his moments of big play ability but the problem was those were only moments and the combination of migraines and injuries late in his career add up to only a portion of what could have been.
Percy Harvin played with the Minnesota Vikings, Seattle Seahawks, New York Jets and Buffalo Bills.
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