May 20, 2013; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin (11) participates in organized team activities at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

Pete Carroll says they won't rush Percy Harvin back

The Seattle Seahawks went out and added wide receiver Percy Harvin to the roster by trading a first round draft pick to the Minnesota Vikings for him. He still hasn’t played a single game for the Seattle Seahawks, who are playing quite well this season. Even though the Seahawks would like to have Harvin back in the line up, they’re going to be cautious.

“Percy got started today. Limited involvement in practice today, but he got to run around, looked good,” Carroll said, via NFL.com. “He looks quick and ready to take the next step, which is the next time we come back on Thursday. We’re going to do it one day at a time.”

“He’s gotta to get through normal days of practice and we see how he handles it,” Carroll said. “The thought we’ve been going off all along is to take the conservative approach and make sure guys are healthy so we’re going to continue to do that.”

Percy Harvin said he “feeling great.” When they plan on playing him is unknown. You wouldn’t think the Seahawks would need him against the Rams, but in a game you’re expected to win, playing him might provide him an atmosphere to get acclimated without a lot of pressure.

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