Percy Harvin returns to practice; Brett Favre limited by ankle, elbow
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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Percy Harvin's latest migraine only kept him out for a day.
Harvin was back on the practice field with the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday, a day after going home with a migraine headache.
""You just don't know when it's gonna come," Harvin said. I" don't think about it. If it comes, I call the doctors and we deal with it. But I don't go about my day worrying about a headache."
The second-year receiver ran pass routes during the portion of practice reporters were allowed to watch and didn't seem to be hindered by a headache or his ailing hip, which sidelined him for portions of Sunday's loss to Miami.
"It felt fine (Thursday)," Harvin said. "I ran with the ones. A lot of people said I looked good. So, I will just keep treating it, and I should be fine."
The Vikings' injury report listed Harvin as limited with the hip injury. Also limited were quarterback Brett Favre (ankle/right elbow), receiver Bernard Berrian (knee), cornerback Cedric Griffin (knee) and linebacker Ben Leber (back).
The elbow injury was a new listing for Favre, who had been listed throughout last week as ankle/back and was a full participant in practice on Wednesday.
It was the second straight practice completed by Cook, further improving his chances for making his NFL debut on Sunday against the Detroit Lions.
"He had a good practice for us (Thursday)," defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier said. "We have our fingers crossed. Hopefully, he can finish (Friday) and we can get him up."
For Detroit, safety Louis Delmas (groin/biceps/calf) returned to practice on a limited basis.
Lions end Cliff Avril (knee), safety C.C. Brown (forearm), linebacker DeAndre Levy (groin) and linebacker Ashlee Palmer (ankle) also were limited, while receiver Nate Burleson (ankle), linebacker Zack Follett (concussion), guard Stephen Peterman (foot) and quarterback Matthew Stafford (right shoulder) sat out for a second consecutive day.