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Reports: Percy Harvin retires

Percy Harvin has called it a career... for now.

Multiple reports came out on Thursday that Percy Harvin has decided to call it a career. Recently, it was reported that Harvin had decided to sit out in 2016 but it appears he's retiring.

Harvin spent the 2015 season with the Buffalo Bills. He started the first five games of the season in Buffalo and caught 19 passes for 218 yards and one touchdown before he was hampered with a hip injury. Ultimately, Harvin's hip and knee led to him being placed on the injured reserve.

Before joining the Bills, Harvin spent time with the Jets, Seahawks, and Vikings. Harvin only suited up for all 16 games one time in his career (2011).

For his career, Harvin recorded 351 receptions for 4,020 yards and 22 touchdowns. He also added 916 rushing yards on 145 carries.


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