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Percy Harvin back for Vikings after scary ankle injury

Percy Harvin has emerged as one of the most dangerous weapons in the NFL this season. The Minnesota Vikings were given a scare in the third quarter of their Sunday matchup against the Seattle Seahawks.

Harvin grabbed at his left ankle after being tackled for a 3-yard loss on a sweep run in the third quarter. Harvin remained down for more than a minute as Vikings trainers came to his aid.

Harvin eventually limped off the field under his own power and later was seen jogging on the sideline. Harvin was listed as questionable to return, but he was back on the field for the Vikings' first drive of the fourth quarter.

Harvin entered the game as the NFL's receptions leader. Earlier in the game, Fox cameras showed an animated Harvin yelling in the direction of Vikings coach Leslie Frazier following a Minnesota drive that ended with a field goal.

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