Just when the Seattle Seahawks thought they could breathe in regards to Percy Harvin, the wide receiver has apparently re-aggravated his hip injury which forced him to miss the first ten weeks of the season.
Per Ian Rapoport:
#Seahawks WR Percy Harvin’s surgically repaired hip flared up again. He’s seeing doctors today, but his status for MNF is in doubt.
Harvin, who was the prized offseason acquisition for the Seahawks played in their Week 11 contest against the Minnesota Vikings, though did so in extremely limited capacity, only playing a handful of snaps.
The Seahawks had their bye in Week 12 and nothing was reported from an injury standpoint, but as the team practiced this week Harvin was noticeably limited. The team initially suggested it was nothing more than rest, though in recent days suggested he was having issues with his surgically repaired hip.
Given Seattle does not play until Monday night, they’ve yet to release their final injury report but things aren’t looking overly promising right now for Harvin’s Week 13 availability.