Percy Harvin returning?
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson had to be happy when the team signed Percy Harvin—one of the best young wide receivers in the game--in the off-season. It’s looking like he might finally get a chance to play with him.
A hip injury has had Harvin out of commission for the majority of the season. It occurred during the off-season, but he didn’t have surgery till August.
The team thought he was ready to come back in Week 11 and made plans to ease him back in to the game. He caught one pass for 17 yards and made a 58 yard kick return, but aggravated his hip and has been held out ever since.
That is, until now.
Pete Carroll confirms WR Percy Harvin will play Saturday against the Saints.— Curtis Crabtree (@Curtis_Crabtree) January 9, 2014
Carroll says Harvin will have no limitations. "He's going."
— Curtis Crabtree (@Curtis_Crabtree) January 9, 2014
Of course how much he plays remains to be seen. He could be in for 10 plays; he could be in for 25 or he could be in for just kick returns. No one knows—so have fun preparing for him Sean Payton.