Percy Harvin Collapsed At Vikings Training Camp, Taken Away In Ambulance

There was a scary moment at Vikings training camp on Thursday. WR Percy Harvin collapsed on the field and was taken away in an ambulance, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune.

Harvin, who has suffered from severe migraines, was not on the field for the start of practice. He was seen talking to head athletic trainer Eric Sugarman outside the locker room at Winter Park and then jogged onto the field to watch practice. A few minutes later, Harvin vomited and then fell to the ground.

After he collapsed, a police car and an ambulance came onto the field and eventually took him away. The Vikings stopped practice and huddled together for a team prayer.

The cause is believed to be migraines, although there's no official word at this point. Harvin has suffered from migraines while with the Vikings even missing a game last year. One of the effects of a severe migraine is vomiting.

Harvin missed several weeks of Vikings training camp for the death of his grandmother and then later because of migraines. He just returned to the team facility this week.

Check out Daily Norseman for more Percy Harvin news.

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