He certainly thinks so, from what he told Mark Craig of the Star-Tribune after Saturday night’s game with the Seahawks.â†µ
Harvin wouldn’t give details, but said he “did a [medical] test” Friday night and “found some things we thought was the main cause” of the most recent migraines that contributed to him missing all but parts of six practices and the team’s first two preseason games.â†µ
“We have a great plan [for dealing with the migraines],” said Harvin, who caught two passes for 30 yards in Saturday’s 24-13 preseason victory over the Seattle Seahawks at the Metrodome. “We’re all feeling confident. I know we’ve said that a couple of times now. But I think this time we found what the main cause was. I’m not saying I won’t ever get a headache again, but hopefully we can slow it down a little bit.”â†µ
Here’s hoping that Percy’s optimism isn’t unfounded.