Minnesota's star receiver missed Monday's practice as he recovers from an injured ankle.
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin sat out of Monday's practice as he continues to recover from an injured ankle. The team gave no updates on his status for Sunday's game against the Chicago Bears, and it is still unclear if he will play. Head coach Leslie Frazier last commented on Harvin's injury on Nov. 11 when he said that he expected Harvin back for the Bears game.
Harvin missed Minnesota's Week 10 victory over the Detroit Lions, and spent last week recovering with the rest of the teams during Minnesota's bye week. Monday's practice was an informal session as the Vikings came back to work after a bye, and a better idea of Harvin's status may become available on Wednesday when the team resumes full practice.
Harvin's ankle was injured in the Vikings' Week 9 loss in Seattle. On the season, Harvin has caught 62 passes for 677 yards and three touchdowns. He's also ran 22 times for 96 yards and a touchdown and returned a kick for a touchdown.