Injured Seahawks wire receiver Percy Harvin took to Twitter to tell fans to “keep an eye” on Week 7 and to not hang up his jersey just yet.
What’s goin 12th man just checkn in …I’m making serious progress …keep an eye on week 7…don’t hang them 11′s up…..we workn
— Percy Harvin (@Percy_Harvin) September 4, 2013
This comes less than 24 hours after the Seattle Time’s Bob Condotta reported there was no “ETA” on a Harvin return.
Harvin had hip surgery in the offseason and was placed on the PUP list, meaning the earliest he could play would be Week 7. Considering the severity of the hip injury though, a Week 7 return would exceed all time tables. He’d been expected to be out until around November or December—the Seahawks’ play the Arizona Cardinals on October 17th for their Week 7 contest.
Harvin was acquired by the Seahawks in March 2013 from the Minnesota Vikings in exchange for Seattle’s 1st and 7th Round picks in 2013 and an additional 4th Round pick in 2014. He played nine games for Minnesota in 2012, and finished with 677 yards on 62 receptions with three touchdowns.