Vikings WR Percy Harvin missed practice for the second straight day Friday due to migraine headaches, putting his status up in the air for Sunday's NFC Championship at New Orleans.
Harvin, who is listed as questionable for Sunday, has suffered from migraines all season and was even forced to miss the team's Week 14 contest because his headaches were too intense for him to practice that week. He was not at the Vikings' facility Friday and is likely to be a game-time decision to face the Saints.
The NFL's Offensive Rookie of the Year, Harvin had 60 catches for 790 yards and six TDs this season, also taking two kickoffs back for scores.
Minnesota did receive some good news Friday, as starting DT Kevin Williams (knee) and DE Ray Edwards (knee) returned to practice after sitting out the previous two days.