Percy Harvin

#18 WR / Buffalo Bills / EXP: 7YRS Height: 5-11 Weight: 184 lb Age: 27 College: Florida Bye 8,18,19,20,21

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INJURY ALERT: IR | Knee | IR. Out for season
  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Bills' Percy Harvin: Status still undecided

    The Bills sill are unsure whether Harvin, placed on injured reserve in early November due to knee and hip injuries, is planning on returning for another season, NFL.com reports. "Percy Harvin was supposed to be a big help for us and we're still not sure what's going on," Jim Monos, the team's director of player personnel, told WGR-AM on Tuesday, per ESPN.com's Mike Rodak. "He's got to make some decisions here coming up. We need to get somebody opposite of (wideout) Sammy (Watkins) to be a real threat to that defense. I think that's a big key for our offense, to take one more step." Harvin was reportedly leaning toward playing for the Bills again back in December, but apparently the team hasn't heard much since. The team is thought to be looking for an upgrade at No. 2 wideout to go with budding star Sammy Watkins, though we're not sure Harvin fits that bill given his inconsistency and long injury history. Things will have to play out soon as the Bills get ready for the draft.

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    Bills' Percy Harvin: Potential return in 2016

    Harvin, placed on injured reserve in early November due to knee and hip injuries, may be leaning toward trying to play again in 2016, BuffaloBills.com reports. "I've talked to him a couple of times, but just texts back and forth," said coach Rex Ryan on Monday. "I think I've talked to him once and I've texted him a few times. More about a personal variety than about where he is on the injury front. I get the sense he wants to play. He had the surgery because he wants to play." Harvin has had nothing but bad luck with injuries throughout his NFL career, but give him credit in that he keeps coming back. He was thought to have been frustrated enough to consider retirement earlier in the season, but with time and some healing it appears his mindset is either changing course or at least up in the air. The veteran had a 19/218/1 receiving line over five games in 2015, and hasn't appeared in double-digit games since 2011.

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    Bills' Percy Harvin: Knee procedure on tap

    Harvin, who was placed on injured reserve by the Bills on Saturday, is slated to undergo knee surgery in the coming days, ESPN.com reports. While the specific nature of his knee procedure has not been outlined -- per the report, Harvin plans to resume NFL career next season. Whether that might be with the Bills, or another team, remains to be seen, however, given the terms of his current deal with Buffalo.

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    Bills' Percy Harvin: Placed on injured reserve

    The Bills placed Harvin (knee) on injured reserve Saturday, Sal Capaccio of WGR 550 Buffalo reports. Harvin has battled knee and hip injuries for several weeks and has not shown any marked improvement, so the Bills decided to place him on injured reserve to open up a roster spot for Leodis McKelvin. With Harvin sidelined, Robert Woods officially becomes the No. 2 receiver opposite Sammy Watkins (ankle) the rest of the way.

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    Bills' Percy Harvin: Out for Sunday

    Harvin (knee, hip) is now officially out for Sunday's game against the Dolphins. There was almost no chance Harvin was going to play in this one, while GM Doug Waley told Bills beat writer Vic Carucci that Harvin could end up getting placed on injured reserve.

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    Bills' Percy Harvin: Unlikely to play Sunday

    Coach Rex Ryan acknowledged Thursday that Harvin (knee/hip) is unlikely to play Sunday against the Dolphins, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. Harvin is all but ruled out for Sunday's game, an expected outcome that should be confirmed upon the release of the Bills' final Week 9 injury report.

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    Bills' Percy Harvin: Non-participant for second straight day

    Harvin (knee/hip) is not practicing for the second straight day Thursday. Harvin hasn't played since Week 5 and we'd be shocked if he suited up this week against the Dolphins. There's been some talk that all the nagging injuries are weighing on him and he's contemplating the continuance of his career, but coach Rex Ryan says Harvin is fully on board with the team and is focused on getting back in game shape as quickly as possible.

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    Bills' Percy Harvin: Misses practice Wednesday

    Harvin did not practice Wednesday due to a knee injury. Neither the wideout's previous hip issue or any personal reasons were cited for Harvin's absence, with coach Rex Ryan only relaying Wednesday that he was not sure whether Harvin would be available for Sunday's game against the Dolphins. At this stage, Harvin looks iffy, at best, for the contest, but it's notable that he hasn't ruled out for it either.

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    Bills' Percy Harvin: Has hip re-evaluated

    Harvin has met with team doctors to re-evaluate his hip injury. Harvin's lingering hip condition has contributed to occasional knee complications in recent seasons, leaving the speedy wideout frustrated with his body lately. However, with the Bills coming off their bye week, Harvin has reportedly met with team doctors to re-access his situation, with hopes of finding clarity on his availability moving forward. Knowing that, expect Harvin's status to be updated some time this week.

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    Bills' Percy Harvin: Harvin's status beyond Week 7 unclear

    Per ESPN's Mike Rodak, the Bills don't plan to reach out to Harvin -- who is inactive for Sunday's game against the Jaguars -- until the team returns from London following this weekend's contest. Though there was some speculation that Harvin might be considering retirement, the report suggests that is not the case, though Rodak does relay that the wideout has "grown increasingly frustrated" with hip and knee issues "that are expected to sideline him indefinitely." For his part, GM Doug Whaley noted that Harvin informed the team this past week that he "needed to take some time for personal reasons." In any case, we'd expect added clarity on Harvin's situation to emerge before the team's next scheduled game after Sunday's tilt, which is at home against the Dolphins on Nov. 8.

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