Vikings rookie WR Harvin healthy again, working out

Minnesota Vikings rookie WR Percy Harvin is back to full health and resumed workouts today, according to his agent, Joel Segal.

“He is back to himself,” Segal said.

Harvin, a first-round pick (22nd overall) in last month’s draft, was hospitalized in Atlanta on Thursday when he fell ill at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport while en route to the Vikings’ minicamp. Harvin was tested for swine flu, among other things, and diagnosed with extreme dehydration. He returned to his home in Florida on Saturday and recovered.

Harvin is expected to join the Vikings for OTAs and offseason workouts in mid-May.

— Steve Wyche

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