NFL: Harvin misses practice, questionable for Sunday
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — Minnesota receiver and returner Percy Harvin is listed as questionable for the NFC championship game.
Harvin missed his second straight practice Friday because of migraine headaches, a problem he’s had most of his life and that cost him one game this season.
Coach Brad Childress called the situation “less than ideal” and said Harvin’s ability to fly with the team Saturday to New Orleans could be affected. Childress also noted Harvin has played before under the same conditions.
Better news for the Vikings was the return to practice of starting defensive linemen Ray Edwards and Kevin Williams. They’re listed as questionable, with knee injuries.
Defensive tackle Pat Williams (elbow/foot) and cornerback Benny Sapp (ankle/back) are also questionable.