According to ESPN’s Josina Anderson, former Minnesota Vikings, Seattle Seahawks and Buffalo Bills wideout Percy Harvin is attempting to make an NFL comeback.
Harvin hasn’t played a snap since 2016 and he dealt with numerous injuries throughout his career, most notably with his migraine complications that plagued him.
Anderson’s report also states that Harvin is now weighing in at 185 pounds and that he’s been training with a former olympian.
Harvin will be 32-years-old heading into next season, so his age could deter teams from giving him a chance on their roster. But, the two seasons away from football probably served his body well, so his age isn’t as big a concern as it would be for most 32-year-old receivers.
There are a handful of wide receiver needy teams still at this point in the offseason, but with the draft just one day away, most of those teams will likely look to fill their wideout needs through the draft. Harvin could still be a solid piece to bring in, though, and these three teams should consider giving him a chance.