Turns out the Percy Harvin Reunion Tour in Buffalo with the Bills was short-lived.
After two games back with the Bills, he began experiencing "severe migraine headaches." Sadly for Harvin, migraines were a problem earlier in his NFL career.
The 28-year-old receiver missed time in Minnesota with the Vikings due to migraines.
Harvin didn’t record a statistic in his first game back against the Seahawks in Seattle and had two receptions for six yards and one rush for 11 yards against the Bengals in Cincinnati in Week 12. He missed Week 13’s game against the Raiders.
Per Chris Brown’s article, Harvin will likely consider retiring again due to his chronic migraine issues.
By placing Harvin on the Reserve / NFI list, the Bills have an open roster spot. They will likely look to add a wide receiver via free agency or a promotion from the practice squad.