Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin is back with the team after an overnight hospital stay following a scary migraine attack, though his return to the field remains unclear.
Harvin was on the practice field Friday morning wearing a T-shirt, shorts and tennis shoes, drinking Gatorade while smiling and chatting with coaches.
Harvin got sick and collapsed on the field Thursday, prompting the Vikings to end practice early.
Harvin will not travel with the team to San Francisco for Sunday’s exhibition game against the 49ers.
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T.O. LOOKS SHARP
Terrell Owens caught a 43-yard pass to set up the only touchdown by Cincinnati’s starting offense in a 22-9 exhibition victory over visiting Philadelphia. Bernard Scott ran it in on the next play. Owens had three catches for 67 yards in the first half.
Carson Palmer was 15-of-23 for 169 yards, with two interceptions, both while targeting Chad Ochocinco.
For the second straight game, the Eagles didn’t score a touchdown despite playing their first offense the entire first half.
Bills tight end Shawn Nelson has been suspended four games for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy. … Two-time Pro Bowl guard Shawn Andrews signed with the Giants. The former Eagles star hasn’t played since the 2008 season because of back problems and depression. … Giants backup quarterback Jim Sorgi is gathering information about the tear in the anterior capsule of his throwing arm, but said the injury he sustained in Monday’s win over the Jets is a lot worse than he originally thought. … The Broncos signed free agent linebacker Worrell Williams, younger brother of Denver inside linebacker D.J. Williams. … The Jaguars placed linebacker Freddy Keiaho on injured reserve because of a concussion and signed linebacker Alvin Bowen.