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NFL.com is reporting today that Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin may need season ending hip surgery, as he was placed on the unable to perform list last week in a surprising move. Coach Pete Carroll stated that Harvin suffered an injury during the team's workouts last week, and is seeking medical advice from multiple doctors.
NFL Insider Jason La Canfora also had this to say this morning on Twitter:
Percy Harvin yet to finalize 2nd opinion on hip, with that process ongoing. If surgery required as 1st Dr. recommended likely season ending
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) July 26, 2013
When asked by the media if the injury was in the area of a partial tear in the labrum of his hip, Carroll had this to say about the injury:
"It's in that area, yeah," Carroll said. "We're going to take a real good look at it and get second opinions and all that kind of stuff, to do the right thing. It's really early in camp, we got plenty of time to get this...
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Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin reportedly has a partial tear in his hip that may require surgery. He has been placed on PUP for now.
Percy Harvin could miss the entire 2013 season if a second option on his hip shows that the receiver needs surgery to repair a tear in his labrum.
Harvin, 25, was acquired by Seattle in an off season trade but questions remain about his availability to be on the field this season. The injury to Harvin occurred while he was working out on his own.
Percy Harvin yet to finalize 2nd...
The biggest news from the opening day of the Seattle Seahawks‘ 2013 training camp was that Percy Harvin, Seattle’s latest treasure and multi-threat weapon on offense, was on the PUP list. Shortly after the list was put out, many began to report that Harvin’s ailment was related to a hip issue that was later revealed to be a potential tear to his labrum.
The Seattle Seahawks have placed wide receiver Percy Harvin on the PUP list with a hip injury.
Percy Harvin (hip) among those who open Seahawks camp on the PUP list
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) July 25, 2013
I would love to know when Harvin injured his hip. The Seahawks are paying a guy $12 million a year that can’t seem to stay healthy.
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We reported earlier today that Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin was placed on the PUP list because of a partially torn labrum in his hip.
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, if Harvin has to undergo surgery torepair his labrum, his season will likely be over.
Percy Harvin yet to finalize 2nd opinion on hip, with that process ongoing. If surgery required as 1st Dr. recommended...
It seems like nothing is holy on twitter any more, including potentially season ending injuries.
News of Percy Harvin’s hip injury spread through social media like a wild fire. Most people weren’t surprised by the injury, but hearts went out to him regardless, and the Seahawks, as well.
Still, that didn’t stop jokesters from making this twitter page @HarvinsHip it seems...
Next Tuesday, Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin will head to New York City to get a second opinion on his partially torn hip, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
The Seahawks team doctor doesnt believe Harvin needs to undergo surgery, per Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network.
From last night: Percy Harvin's 2nd opinion...
The Seattle Seahawks, just moments into their training camp, find themselves in a holding pattern on Wide Receiver Percy Harvin – as do early drafters. Two weeks ago Harvin went in the third round of our site mock draft (details coming soon) and his ADP falls right around 36 overall. We take a look at the rest of the roster's fantasy future for 2013...
It didn't take long for the Seattle Seahawks to face a potential injury problem.
Newly acquired wide receiver Percy Harvin has a hip injury that landed him on the physically unable to perform list when Seahawks training camp began Thursday. The injury is in the area of Harvin's labrum, according to Seattle coach Pete Carroll, and the severity hasn't been determined....
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll announced on Thursday that newly acquired wide receiver Percy Harvin suffered a hip injury during a workout last week.
Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reported that Percy Harvin may have a slight tear in his hip and is awaiting a second opinion next week. If surgery is indeed necessary for Harvin, he will be out for an extended period of time....
Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin is scheduled to get a second opinion on his hip on Tuesday a second opinion that could lead to surgery. If surgery happens Harvin would definitely miss some time but that doesn't mean he'd miss the entire season according to coach Pete Carroll.
"It wouldn't necessarily be season-ending" Carroll said of a potential surgery...
If Percy Harvin undergoes surgery on his ailing hip the Seattle Seahawks would move forward as if the dynamic receiver won't play a snap until 2014.
"If you have hip surgery it's a lot longer than the season" Seahawks coach Pete Carroll told USA TODAY Sports on Friday. "Hip surgery he's not going to play for the season."
Harvin 25 was placed on the...
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll acknowledged Thursday that Percy Harvin may need surgery to repair the tear in his hip labrum.
Harvin is scheduled for a second opinion next week but early signs appear grim. "When you spoke to people this afternoon about this injury" ESPN's Adam Schefter said on NFL Live "they sounded concerned." The second opinion in all likelihood...
Wide receiver Percy Harvin will begin his first raining camp with the Seattle Seahawks on the physically unable to perform list, reports NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport. Harvin has a possible slight tear in the labrum of his hip and will get a second opinion next week. Mike Florio of
(Eds: Adds details, quotes. ) By TIM BOOTH AP Sports Writer When Seattle made the move to acquire Percy Harvin, there were understandably questions raised by the rest of the Seahawks receivers.
Anytime a move that significant is made, there is bound to be a trickle-down that impacts others.
''Naturally when a team brings in an additional receiver, a receiver that is similar...