Percy Harvin injury: Wide receiver leaves game with ankle injury

Jeff Gross

Following an earlier injury to his hamstring, Percy Harvin returned to Sunday's game and promptly left with an ankle injury.

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin left Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks with an ankle injury.

The receiver had just re-entered the game after nursing a hamstring injury that saw Harvin remain on the sideline for a spell. Upon returning the ball was pitched to Harvin, who took a shot to his lower leg, and limped gingerly off the field, following some time where he sat on the field, being attended to by trainers. The Vikings have listed his return as 'questionable'

Earlier in the game Harvin was seen having words on the sideline with head coach Leslie Frazier, in what appeared to be the wide receiver being upset with his under-utilization, with just two receptions for ten yards, and another 24 yards rushing.

In his absence the Minnesota Vikings have turned to ninth-year receiver Michael Jenkins. On the season he has amassed 242 yards on 24 receptions, and today against the Seahawks he has just two catches for eight yards.

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