The migraines that Percy Harvin has suffered since childhood and have inconvenienced him at times during his first couple of season appear to be a thing of the past. That's what Harvin said during a Tuesday press conference to introduce him as a Seahawk.
"I haven't had a migraine in two years now," Harvin said per ProFootballTalk.com. "Been fully healthy from that aspect so everything's been good. I'm going to knock on wood that nothing resurfaces but it's been all great."
A couple of years ago, Harvin said that doctors found and fixed some things in his neck in an effort to stop the migraines. Harvin never really went into much detail about what was done, but it appears to have done the trick. Those migraines forced him to miss three games combined in 2009 and 2010.
Everything is coming up roses for Harvin right now. He is joining a team that is a serious Super Bowl threat, the ink hasn't even dried on his $67 million contract, and he can stop worrying about experiencing painful migraines. It's good to be Percy Harvin right now. He is a clear fantasy WR1 this season.