Found October 23, 2013 on Sports-Glory: Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin, who had hip surgery in August, returned to practice on a limited basis Tuesday. Harvin was initially thought to rerun in six to eight months, but he recovered in less than three after the Aug. 1 procedure. “At first, I was kind of listening to (the doctors) thinking it could be season-ending, or six-to-eight months is what they were thinking,” said Harvin, via the 


Richard Sherman: Playing with a concussion paid off

Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman wrote a guest column for and talked about his one and only NFL concussion which occurred in week eight of the 2011 season when he got his first NFL start as a rookie. On the game’s seventh play, I trailed my receiver down the left sideline and looked back to see Andy Dalton toss it underneath to Chris Pressley, their 260-pound fullback...

Richard Sherman: I hid a concussion and I would do it again

The NFL can only do so much when it comes to players dealing with head injuries. Doctors and trainers rely on people to report their symptoms in order to be able to diagnose some sort of injury or condition. If people like Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman manage to mask those symptoms, things can get […]

Percy Harvin practiced on Monday

The Seattle Seahawks announced that wide receiver Percy Harvin practiced on Monday as they prepare for a matchup with the Rams a week from today. Wide receiver @Percy_Harvin has returned to practice. — Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) October 21, 2013 If Harvin is still available in any fantasy league you’re playing in, you better grab him. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ...

Report: Percy Harvin still has a chance to play this week

According to,  there’s still a good chance Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin will play in this coming Monday night’s game against the Rams now that he’s practicing. Per a league source, Harvin could play against the Rams in six days. The key would is “could.”  No decision has been made whether he will.  It depends on how Harvin performs and how...

Seahawks CB Richard Sherman says he’s played while suffering the effects of a concussion

The issue of concussions and the NFL continues to be a hot button topic. The always outspoken Seahawks CB Richard Sherman recently weighed in on the topic. Sherman explained how players that want to play will do whatever to stay on the field and detailed how he once hid a concussion. “On the game’s seventh play, I trailed my receiver down the left sideline and looked back to...

Seahawks’ WR Percy Harvin returns to practice

The electrifying Wide Receiver Percy Harvin has returned to practice. He has been out all year dealing with a hip injury. While it is unlikely Harvin takes the field in week 8, the Seahawks have not ruled out the possibility. USA Today Sports Harvin played in nine games last year for the Minnesota Vikings. He had 62 receptions for 677 yards (10.9 yards per reception) and 3 touchdowns...

Percy Harvin set to return to practice, a scary proposition for defenses

According to a team announcement on Monday, Seahawks WR Percy Harvin is set to return to practice this week. Pro Football Talk reminds us that Seattle now has 21 days to decide whether to activate him to the 53 man…Read more →

Percy Harvin nearing return for Seahawks

Tweet The Seattle Seahawks have looked like one of the best teams in the NFL with a 6-1 record so far this season, and may soon be getting a key element of their offense back on the field. WR Percy Harvin, who has yet to play this season after hip surgery in August, returned to the practice field in a limited capacity Tuesday, per the team’s...

Richard Sherman Says He Hid a Concussion and He’d Do It Again

Seahawks CB Richard Sherman loves to talk. The latest thing he is saying might get him talking with someone from the league office about player safety. The talkative CB detailed in The MMQB how he got his first concussion and played through it, even getting an interception in the process: “On the game’s seventh play, I trailed my receiver down the left sideline and looked back...

Harvin won't be on injury report until he's moved to active roster

Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin wasn't listed on Seattle's first injury report of the week on Thursday but that doesn't necessarily mean he'll play against the Rams on Monday night. The Seahawks didn't have to list Harvin on the injury report because he's not on the 53-man active roster. Harvin who underwent hip surgery on Aug. 1 was placed on the physically...

Making the case for Russell Wilson

In 2012, the story was Robert Griffin III, an impossible combination of athleticism and accuracy, a quarterback who had more rushing touchdowns than he did interceptions and completed 65 percent of his passes. From the vantage point of this season looking backward, it's still amazing to think that RGIII somehow threw and ran for 27 scores and only threw five picks -- although...

Pete Carroll plans on taking his time with Percy Harvin

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll was asked what wide receiver Percy Harvin has to do to show him he’s ready to play. “He’s got to get through normal days of practice and we’ll see how he handles it. With the thought we’ve been going with all along is to take the conservative approach and make sure our guys are healthy and so we’re going to continue to do that. We’ve...

Seahawks' Harvin hopes to play soon

Percy Harvin was back on the practice field for the Seattle Seahawks on Tuesday.

The World’s Most Prestigious Power Poll: Week 8

01. Denver Broncos [6-1]: Defense needs to tighten up, but should get back to winning when they host the Redskins on Sunday. [NC] 02. Seattle Seahawks [6-1]: Russell Wilson & defense making up for an offensive line in tatters. [NC] 03. Kansas City Chiefs [7-0]: Best defense & pass rush in the NFL, but the […]

Why I Like Russell Wilson More Than Andrew Luck

The Seattle Seahawks game last Thursday against the Arizona Cardinals was a good win and Russell Wilson was impressive, as usual.  It seems he improves with each game – the whole team does.  Wilson makes them a better team.  But Thursday was quickly forgotten with a bigger game Sunday night: Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts versus Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos...
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