Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin tested his ankle in practice for the first time since Week 9 on Wednesday. According to Tom Pelissero of 1500 ESPN Twin Cities, Harvin looked like himself while running straight ahead, but he "didn't break down well in routes, limping as he slowed down," Pelissero tweeted. Harvin was officially listed as putting in a limited practice.
But hey, practice is practice. Considering Harvin hasn't had any of it in the past few weeks, this is progress. We will need to keep an eye on him come Thursday. If he can practice on consecutive days, it would be a boost to his chances of playing Sunday against the Packers. For now, Harvin should be considered a true game-time decision. And like Julio Jones last week, if Harvin ends up active, you really should start him in your lineup.