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Minnesota Vikings' Percy Harvin Needs Minor Arthoscopic Surgery

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An MRI on Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin's shoulder revealed some damage to his AC joint that will need minor arthroscopic surgery to be healed, according to Dan Wiederer of The Star Tribune:

Harvin has yet to schedule the procedure but isn’t expected to have a recovery time longer than a week or two once he undergoes the operation. The Vikings’ first session of Offseason Training Activities is scheduled for May 29 and Harvin should be back up and running by then.

Harvin, 23, played all 16 games last season for the Minnesota Vikings, registering 87 receptions for 967 yards and six touchdowns. Vikings coach Leslie Frazier also reported that Adrian Peterson ran for the first time since tearing his left ACL on Christmas Eve and is on schedule to return for Week One.

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