Vikings' Harvin Has Another Migraine HeadacheMinnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin is fighting another migraine headache.
By: Associated Press,
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin is fighting another migraine headache.
Coach Brad Childress said Wednesday that Harvin was not at team headquarters. After a severe outbreak kept him out of practice for most of August, Harvin was diagnosed with sleep apnea and given a breathing machine to use while he sleeps. The migraine episodes since then have been far less frequent.
Harvin played in last Sunday's game with a sprained left ankle, finishing with a career-high nine catches for 126 yards in the overtime win over Arizona.
Childress also said he's not sure yet whether wide receiver Sidney Rice will be able to play this Sunday at Chicago and complete his comeback from hip surgery. The Vikings still have a spot open on the active roster.