Vikings rookie Harvin released from hospital

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Vikings rookie WR Percy Harvin was released from an Atlanta hospital Saturday, according to Vikings officials.

More from the newspaper:

Harvin, who was en route to Minneapolis for mini-camp, began throwing up during a layover Thursday at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and was hospitalized for dehydration.

The Vikings said his hectic travel schedule and new workout regimen led to his dehydration. Vikings coach Brad Childress also said doctors ruled out the possibility of Harvin having Swine Flu.

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