The retirement of Percy Harvin has ended. The wide receiver is returning to the NFL and he'll sign with the Buffalo Bills.
Harvin last played for the Bills, and retired before this season started. He was just 27 at the time of his retirement. He played for four different teams; the Bills, Jets, Seahawks and Vikings.
The talented and dynamic wide out has battled injuries throughout his time in the NFL, including a hip injury that played a major role in his retirement. When healthy, Harvin was a dangerous weapon. He racked up 351 catches for 4,020 yards and 22 TDs, plus 916 rushing yards and five touchdowns on the ground before retiring. He also returned five kick returns for scores.
The Bills are hurting for WR help, especially with Sammy Watkins injured. The exact impact Harvin will have is still unclear, since he's been out of the NFL for a few months. He does have the benefit of knowing the offense.Back to the Buffalo Bills Newsfeed