Harvin (shoulder) practices with Vikes
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Minnesota wide receiver Percy Harvin has returned to practice.
Harvin worked out Thursday on a limited basis, after being held out Wednesday. He hurt his left shoulder last Sunday at St. Louis. Coach Brad Childress says Harvin is continuing to move around on the field and work through his injury.
Punt returner Darius Reynaud also practiced on a limited basis, continuing his comeback from a left hamstring strain.
Special teams coordinator Brian Murphy says Reynaud still has the job if he's healthy and fits in the offense's plans for that particular game. Jaymar Johnson has been returning punts in his place.
The Vikings host Baltimore this weekend.
Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press
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