Minnesota Vikings receiver Percy Harvin said he feels great after visiting with a specialist for his migraines in Arizona for a week.
Harvin, who has missed the last two games, was asked if he will play Monday night against the Bears.
"Oh yeah," he said confidently.
Harvin has long battled migraines, and he said owner Zygi Wilf helped him find a new doctor in Arizona, who had worked with other athletes, including former Denver Broncos running back Terrell Davis.
"We found the best doctor we could possibly find," Harvin said. "So I went there for a week. We came out there with some positive things. The doctor was real confident. He treated a couple of players...
"I felt real confident coming out of there."
Harvin said he changed his medication.
"I'm feeling great now," he said.
Asked if it's been frustrating, Harvin showed tremendous perspective.
"You get frustrated. But then I go to the doctor, and see people who can't even get out the bed every single day," he said. "Then I see I got it good.
"I realize I'm blessed."