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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — Percy Harvin's comeback lasted just two games after the Buffalo Bills placed the receiver on the season-ending reserve-non-football-illness list because of migraines.
The team announced the roster move Monday, a day after Harvin missed his second consecutive game since he began experiencing headaches. The move comes a month since the Bills lured the receiver out of retirement.
Harvin appeared in two games this and finished with two catches for 6 yards, plus an 11-yard run.
Harvin's health and readiness to play were in question after his season in Buffalo was cut short in October 2015 because of injuries to his right knee and hip.
The Bills took a gamble on signing Harvin to add experienced depth to an injury-depleted group of receivers.
The eighth-year player's career has been slowed by a series of injuries, including a lengthy history of migraine issues.
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