Percy Harvin has finally decided to retire after months of thinking whether to quit or not.

The free-agent wide receiver is learned via a source to have informed about his decision to Buffalo Bills.

He has been lately too much frustrated with his chronic hip injury. Since November 2015 Bills have placed him on injured reserve.

Bills general manager Doug Whaley assumed last month Harvin would be playing this year and he was also informed the same by a source close to the player that he is planning to play.

However, the retirement decision of Harvin comes as a surprise to fans and followers as he is one of the most talented and volatile players of NFL. He is unpredictable too and for the past few years he has vacillated on his career plans.

The frustratingly brief career of the 27-year-old player reveals how much can change in one NFL calendar year.

He earned immense fame in 2009 after being honored as NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year. He was a wide receiver-running back hybrid and emerged as a dual-threat playmaker.

Former teammate Sidney Rice once said, “the league has never seen a player like Percy Harvin.”

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