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Harvin met with Buffalo Bills on Tuesday, and doctors are evaluating the seriousness of his hip injury. 

By SI Wire
November 02, 2015

The Buffalo Bills are evaluating the severity of wide receiver Percy Harvin's hip injury after he did not travel with the team to London for its 34–31 loss last week to the Jacksonville Jaguars, reports Rand Getlin of NFL Network.

Harvin's absence on the team's trip was solely due to the injury, Getlin reports. The Bills are reportedly evaluating Harvin on a day-to-day basis. 

Harvin has missed the Bills' last two games. He has recorded 19 catches for 218 yards and a touchdown this season, his first in Buffalo. 

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Initial reports indicated that Harvin missed the London trip due to personal reasons

Harvin, 27, has struggled with injuries throughout his seven-year career. Harvin has denied reports that he has been considering retirement. 

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