The Minnesota Vikings had Percy Harvin in practice on Friday, but he was not out there very long. Harvin was with the team when practice began, but he left after the stretching exercises, according to StarTribune.com.
Whether that is a good or bad sign remains to be seen, as the Vikings have yet to provide an update on his status.
Harvin did not practice on Wednesday or Thursday, as he continues to nurse an ankle injury. He missed the team's last game due to the ankle.
The team had hoped his health would improve over last week's bye, but without much practice this week, it appears unlikely that he will play against the Bears on Sunday.
A threat in the receiving, running and return game, Harvin has five touchdowns so far this season.
If he misses Sunday's game, the Vikings will likely turn to rookie Jarius Wright to fill his void.