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According to ProFootballTalk.com, 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 his surgically repaired hip responds.
Even if Harvin does play, I would imagine the Seahawks will limit his snaps.
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Percy Harvin has officially returned to practice, and can play as early as Monday Night. @TomPelissero: Per NFL transaction wire, #Seahawks designated Percy Harvin for return to practice. Three-week window open for return to game action. This would be huge for the Seahawks, a team that is already rich will get richer. That is typical […]
After an acrimonious split with the Minnesota Vikings in the offseason, Seattle Seahawks dynamic hybrid wide receiver/running back/special teams ace Percy Harvin never really got to show his new team just how explosive he can be. After surrendering a first-round pick to obtain him, the Seahawks signed Harvin to a six-year, $67 million contract with […]The post Hope he’s talking...
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.
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Percy Harvin was back on the practice field for the Seattle Seahawks on Tuesday.
When he finally gets into a game is still unknown.
Harvin was limited in his return to practice for the Seahawks. It was his first work with the team since undergoing hip surgery in early August. Harvin said a bone in his hip was impacting his labrum and causing pain. He said it was a ''cut...
The Seattle Seahawks’ shiniest, most expensive offseason acquisition has yet to play a down. Percy Harvin, the presumed No. 1 receiver for the Seahawks, may finally be ready to make his 2013 NFL season debut on Monday Night Football as the Seahawks travel to St. Louis to take on the Rams.
Harvin’s possible return is big news for the 6 – 1 Seahawks. If Harvin and his improved...
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.
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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...
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...
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 →
Now that Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin has returned to practice for the Seahawks on Tuesday the question becomes how soon he’ll play.
How about Monday night?
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 his surgically repaired hip responds...
According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin is looking “ridiculously fast” in practice as he works his way back from a torn labrum in his hip. There’s still a chance he’ll play Monday night against the Rams.
As I reported on shows today, Percy Harvin appeared ridiculously fast in workouts with Seahawks and has not been ruled out for MNF...
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...
A league source tells ProFootballTalk.com that Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin (hip) hasn't been ruled out for Week 8 against St. Louis.Fantasy Spin:Harvin returned to practice Tuesday. If his hip responds well, he'll likely be activated for Monday's game against the Rams.
Seahawks.com 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...
Here’s everything Pete Carroll had to say today:
(On Robinson’s performance at practice today…) “Mike Rob (Michael Robinson) looked really good. Did a nice job today.”
(On Harvin’s performance at practice today…) “Well Percy [Harvin] got started today. Limited involvement in practice today but he got out there running around. He looked good. He looks quick and ready...