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Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin remains on leave from practice, coping with migraine headaches.

In this Sept. 27 file photo, Minnesota Vikings star rookie Percy Harvin returns a San Francisco 49ers kick 101 yards for a touchdown. Harvin used his versatility and intelligence to win The Associated Press 2009 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award Wednesday.

UNDATED, Minn. (AP) -- Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin remains on leave from practice, coping with migraine headaches.
Coach Brad Childress confirmed Tuesday that Harvin has had "some" migraines recently. Childress said Harvin is resting at his home in the Twin Cities area.
The second-year standout from Florida, who made the Pro Bowl as a rookie kickoff returner, left the Vikings nine days ago when his grandmother died and has not been back to camp.
Harvin has had migraines for most of his life. Last season, the condition kept him out of a December game and out of practice for most of the week before the NFC championship game.
Harvin has seen several specialists and visited the Mayo Clinic in Rochester to seek a cure.


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