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Percy Harvin injury: Leslie Frazier gives no timetable for Harvin's return

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin has no timetable for return from his ankle injury, which has now kept him out of two games.

Stephen Brashear

Minnesota Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier said after the game that he has no idea of a timetable for wide receiver Percy Harvin to return to practice, according to Tom Pelissero of ESPN 1500.

Harvin was in the midst of an impressive 2012 season before going down with an ankle injury against the Seattle Seahawks in Week 9. Through nine games, Harvin had 677 receiving yards, 96 rushing yards, four offensive touchdowns and one kickoff return touchdown.

He has missed the last two games for the Vikings and did not travel to Chicago for Sunday's Week 12 matchup with the Bears.

Harvin was listed as doubtful last week before he was eventually ruled out, so likely, he will begin this week doubtful as well. His uncertain status comes as bad news for Minnesota, who is desperately in need of explosiveness in the passing game. The Vikings are 1-2 since Harvin's injury and quarterback Christian Ponder has yet to surpass 221 passing yards in his absence.

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