"The Vikings' shattered passing offense could use the return of Percy Harvin, who was leading the NFL in receptions when he badly sprained his left ankle Nov. 4 in Seattle.
But Harvin, who missed the past three games, still is questionable this week as the Vikings prepare for Sunday's game against Chicago.
"I really don't have much new news regarding Percy," Vikings coach Leslie Frazier said Monday. "He did a little bit with our trainer today; we'll learn a little bit more as the week goes on. Hopefully, we can get him back, but there's no certainty there.
"We're a better team when he's on the football field for obvious reasons -- what he gives us a kickoff returner, it's hard to replace that, and what he does for us as a slot receiver."
Frazier said the Vikings were "relatively healthy" after their 23-14 loss in Green Bay on Sunday.
Defensive end Jared Allen, who revealed Sunday that he was playing despite a torn labrum in a shoulder, had lower back spasms as well and was scheduled for an MRI. Center John Sullivan has a rib contusion. Frazier said both players should be ready for the Bears game.
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