The Buffalo Bills have placed receiver, Percy Harvin on injury reserve, a move that has just ended his season and maybe his career with the Bills.


Percy Harvin has yet to settle in and find his permanent NFL home since being drafted by the Minnesota Vikings back in 2009. After being placed on a season-ending Injury Reserve list, Harvin’s future in Buffalo is very unclear.

Harvin has been nursing multiple injuries this season and has not played a down since the Week 5 matchup against the Titans.

Harvin had been battling with hip soreness since the preseason and has since then injured his knee. The knee injury is what has kept him off of the field since October 11, and after being ruled out for this Sunday against the Dolphins, the Bills made the decision to end Harvin’s season.

Though these issues are presenting a huge problem for the receiver, the injuries are not new as he has gone on record to say that its getting very frustrating.

Analysts are now speculating whether or not Harvin will call it quits after this season.

Though his injuries are consistent, Harvin is only 27 and still has potential for a successful career in the NFL. One thing that he will have to consider is which team will want him, if he and the Bills can’t negotiate something new, and with an injury report like him, its not looking good.