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Percy Harvin made his debut for the Seattle Seahawks yesterday and, despite only getting two touches, he made it a memorable one.
The first touch came in the form of an amazing one-handed, bobbled catch for a gain of 17 yards:
Then the second Harvin play came near the end of the first half when Harvin got a chance to return a kickoff :nd almost took it to the house. Instead, he and the fans at CenturyLink Field had to settle for an electrifying 58-yard return.
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It seems like Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin wasn’t only recovering from hip surgery.
Harvin told reporters he also had a tumor removed and underwent an appendectomy.
#Seahawks WR Percy Harvin said besides hip he had a tumor removed and appendectomy since last played football so return was emotional.
— Liz Mathews 710 ESPN (@Liz_Mathews) November 18, 2013
Percy Harvin didn’t have a great game during his Seahawks debut, but he did enough to get his feet wet and try and knock some of the rust off.
Harvin told the media that he came out of Sunday’s game pretty clean.
Harvin said he didn't get banged up today and is feeling pretty good post-game. pic.twitter.com/psWBLELibO
— Liz Mathews 710 ESPN (@Liz_Mathews) November 18, 2013...
Percy Harvin made his highly-anticipated debut with the Seattle Seahawks for Week 11′s matchup against his former team, the Minnesota Vikings. As expected, Harvin played in a limited role as he continues to recover from his Aug. 1 hip surgery and starts to find his niche and develop chemistry in the Seahawks’ offense. The 5-11, 184-pound receiver hauled in his first pass...
Percy Harvin didn't waste any time making a highlight-worthy play for the Seahawks in his season debut.
Harvin, who suffered a torn labrum in a summer workout and underwent hip surgery in early August, hauled in one of the most spectacular one-handed grabs of the day.
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Percy Harvin certainly made his Seahawks debut a memorable one.
After missing the first 10 weeks of the season recovering from offseason hip surgery, the wide receiver returned to the gridiron on Sunday, facing his former team at home. Harvin hasn’t played since Nov. 4, 2012, but he showed no signs of rust against the Vikings, recording his first reception for his new team with...
Percy Harvin was on the field for 21 plays during his debut appearance with the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.
He caught just one pass for 17 yards and got one kickoff return opportunity that he broke for a 58-yard gain, but the Seahawks weren’t going to load him up with too much during his first game in over a year.
That’s expected to change when the Seahawks return from their...
Percy Harvin made a spectacular one-handed catch in his first game for the Seattle Seahawks, and it was against his old team, the Vikings.
After being limited in Sunday’s game against the Vikings, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll made it clear that wide receiver Percy Harvin is a full-go from here on out.
Carroll said Harvin will be in the full rotation going forward and will be their kick returner as well. "He's back."
— Curtis Crabtree (@Curtis_Crabtree) November 18, 2013
The Seahawks must be...
The Seattle Seahawks were already one of the best teams in the NFL before they acquired wide receiver Percy Harvin. With the former Minnesota Vikings player added to the stable of weapons for Russell Wilson to throw to Seattle fans had to be even more excited for this season to start--than he had surgery on his hip.Good thing is he wasn't out for the season and on Sunday he made...
Every chance he got during the week, Percy Harvin got into Pete Carroll's ear and asked for a chance to not just make his awaited debut in Seattle, but do it both as a wide receiver and a kick returner.
And every time Harvin pleaded, Carroll said no.
With less than a minute left in the first half, Carroll relented and gave Harvin a shot at the kind of game-changing play the...
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