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Percy Harvin back on the field after surgery

Percy Harvin's April shoulder surgery did not cost him a lot of practice time.

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The fourth-year receiver was back on the field Tuesday as the Vikings started their second week of organized team activities, according to Vikings.com.

The news will come as a relief to Vikings fans who are always a little worried about their best receiver's health. Harvin played 16 games for the first time in his career in 2011, avoiding the migraines that have plagued him since college. He had career highs with 87 catches for 967 yards.

We still wonder if Harvin can take his game to another level. He carried Minnesota's offense at times last season. If he gets a little more help from Christian Ponder, there's no reason why Harvin can't put up Pro Bowl-type numbers. It appears the shoulder injury won't get in the way.

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