Bills' Harvin leaves retirement, expected to play at Seattle

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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) Bills coach Rex Ryan expects Percy Harvin to play at Seattle on Monday night, less than a week after Buffalo lured the receiver out of retirement.

Coach Rex Ryan says he ''feels good about Percy'' but adds he will be used sparingly because he has not played in nearly 13 months. Harvin played only five games with Buffalo last season. He cited nagging injuries to his right knee and hip in announcing his retirement in April.

Buffalo signed Harvin on Tuesday because of injuries to receivers.

Ryan ruled out starting defensive tackle Marcell Dareus (groin) and his backup, Corbin Bryant (shoulder).

Though LeSean McCoy is listed as questionable, Ryan is confident the running back will return after missing last week's game with a left hamstring injury.


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