EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) -- Minnesota Vikings receiver Percy Harvin returned to practice on Friday and is listed as probable for the game against the Detroit Lions on Sunday.
Harvin missed practice on Thursday because of an illness. But Harvin says it was not related to migraine headaches that have caused him to miss time in the past. He says he had a stomach ache and will be ready to go against Detroit.
Cornerback Chris Cook is listed as questionable with a groin injury. He practiced all week long and coach Leslie Frazier says they will need the 6-foot-2 Cook to play against Lions receiver Calvin Johnson.
The 0-2 Vikings are underdogs at home against the 2-0 Lions for the first time since 1981.