Percy Harvin coming out of retirement to re-sign with Bills
Percy Harvin made the surprising decision to retire after a disappointing season with the Buffalo Bills last year, but he has already changed his mind and will rejoin the team.
On Tuesday, Harvin’s agent announced that the 28-year-old has signed with the Bills for the remainder of the season.
My client Percy Harvin has come out of retirement to sign with the Buffalo Bills for the remainder of the season!
— Greg Barnett (@gbo74) November 1, 2016
Harvin appeared in just five games last season due to hip and knee injuries. At one point, it seemed like he had grown frustrated with football in general and was unhappy with the way teams were using him. Before he signed with the Bills in 2015, Harvin had some issues with his Seattle Seahawks teammates and did not feel like a part of the team.
The Bills have dealt with injuries at the wide receiver position this season, but it’s hard to have high expectations for Harvin. He has not played competitive football in quite some time and has been prone to injuries throughout his career.