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Harvin might not miss time with sprained ankle

Harvin might not miss time with sprained ankle

CNNSI.com ESPN.com Updated Nov 5, 2012
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) - Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin's status is day to day with a sprained left ankle, and coach Leslie Frazier says he's hopeful the star wide receiver won't miss Sunday's game against Detroit.
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  • Free Head Exam: Detroit Lions

    Free Head Exam: Detroit Lions

    ESPN.com Nov 5, 2012
    After the Detroit Lions' 31-14 victory over Jacksonville Jaguars, here are three issues that merit further examination: The Lions followed through on our expectation that they could grab a rare early lead against the Jaguars. Entering the game, they had…
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  • Calvin Johnson expects to play in pain all year

    Calvin Johnson expects to play in pain all year

    profootballtalk.com Nov 5, 2012
    That Calvin Johnson played well wasn’t surprising. That Calvin Johnson played at all might be the impressive part. After not practicing last week because of knee problems, the Lions receiver put up 129 yards in a convincing win over the Jaguars. Johnson
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  • Video - Biggest Threat To Bears In NFC North 01:26

    Biggest Threat To Bears In NFC North

    Nov 5
    Ron Jaworski and Merril Hoge discuss which team poses the biggest threat to the Bears in the NFC North.

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