Bills Wide Receiver Percy Harvin rejoined the team a month ago after getting a call asking if he wanted to play. Now, just two games into his comeback, he is back on the shelf. The team announced today Harvin was placed on the non-football illness list. It was reported before Buffalo played Jacksonville that Harvin was suffering from migraines, which is why he could not go.
Percy Harvin returns to Bills November 1
It was just a month ago Harvin was talking to the media, excited to get back on the field with a playoff contender.
Harvin caught two passes for six yards this season, and this sad end will likely be the last time we see the former Florida standout on an NFL field. Harvin spent seven seasons in the NFL, originally drafted with the Vikings in 2009.