The Buffalo Bills could be without wide receiver Percy Harvin for the rest of the season.
Bills GM Doug Whaley told The Buffalo News that Harvin's knee "flared up" and it could result in Harvin going on injured reserve. He will not play Sunday against the Miami Dolphins.
Harvin has been out since Week 5. He has battled a lingering hip injury and retirement was reportedly an option for Harvin at one point.
A former first round pick, Harvin has been plagued by injuries since entering the NFL. He had a great first game for Buffalo, catching five passes for 79 yards and a score. In the last two games he was active, Harvin caught only three passes for 26 yards.
Harvin is a free agent after this season, as he only signed a one-year deal with Buffalo.Back to the Buffalo Bills Newsfeed