Vikings WR Percy Harvin Misses Practice With Migraine

Minnesota Vikings head coach Brad Childress announced that second-year wide receiver Percy Harvin missed today's practice with a migraine, reports Tom Pelissero of 1500 ESPN Twin Cities.

Migraines have bothered Harvin throughout his college and pro career, keeping him out of the first two weeks of this year's training camp. Migraines also caused Harvin to collapse and vomit on the practice field last month, which resulted him being transported via an ambulance to a local hospital.

Harvin, who earned a Pro Bowl bid and was named the NFL's Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2009, has caught 6 passes for 44 yards and has averaged 21.3 yards on four kick returns this season.

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