EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin is dealing with another migraine headache.

Harvin didn’t practice Thursday. Interim head coach Leslie Frazier says he hopes Harvin can participate Friday.

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Frazier will likely have several game-time decisions to make Sunday before the Vikings play the Buffalo Bills. Sprained ankles have kept running back Adrian Peterson and defensive end Ray Edwards out of practice this week. Same goes for left guard Steve Hutchinson, who has a cast on his broken thumb.

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Frazier says he hopes Peterson, Edwards and Hutchinson can practice Friday.

Wide receiver Greg Lewis (concussion), wide receiver Sidney Rice (hip) and cornerback Chris Cook (knee) did not practice Thursday either. Frazier said Rice was out as a precaution.

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