NASHVILLE, TN - OCTOBER 11: Percy Harvin #18 of the Buffalo Bills dives but is not able to make a reception in the second half of the game against the Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium on October 11, 2015 in Nashville, Tennessee. The Bills defeated the Titans 14-13. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

Former Rookie of the Year and Super Bowl champ is coming out of retirement

He's back!

Percy Harvin has been retired for all of a year and the itch to get back is apparently all too real. The former Rookie of the Year and Super Bowl champ (with the Seahawks) is coming back to play with the Bills with whom he signed a one-year deal last season.

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The Bills are hurting with receivers as Brandon Tate, Charles Clay and Sammy Watkins are all injured right now. The Bills can still make the playoffs with a strong push to end the season and Harvin could be the weapon that the Bills needs as he is dangerous on kick returns as well as a part of the aerial attack.

He currently has over 3,800 receiving yards in the regular season to go with 885 rushing yards and five kick return touchdowns to boot. He also has 26 receiving and rushing touchdowns in his regular season career.