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Percy Harvin is close to making a decision on playing in 2016.

Buffalo is still interested in Percy Harvin.

Percy Harvin played in five games with the Buffalo Bills in 2015. During his time in Buffalo, Harvin caught 19 passes for 218 yards and one touchdown. Early in the season, it was apparent that the wide receiver had chemistry with Tyrod Taylor. Unfortunately, injuries to Harvin's hip and knee ended his season in 2015. Despite his limited time on the field in 2015 and the fact that he hasn't played a full 16 game season since 2011, Buffalo is interested in bringing Harvin back in 2016.

On Monday, Bills GM Doug Whaley was asked about Harvin at the NFL owners meetings.


The "if" in Whaley's statement is interesting. Perhaps Harvin is considering retirement or taking a hiatus in 2016. It wouldn't be the worst course of action based on the receiver's injury history. If Harvin decides to play, the Bills are at least open to the idea of a reunion.

Currently, there is plenty of uncertainly at the wide receiver position behind Sammy Watkins. Buffalo's current receiving options behind their No. 1 receiver include Robert Woods, Greg Salas, Marquise Goodwin, Marcus Easley, Jarrett Boykin, Greg Little, Dezmin Lewis, and Walter Powell. 


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