When head coach of the Seattle Seahawks, Pete Carroll, was asked about his highly talked about wide receiver, Percy Harvin, he was broad with his answer. He was asked about Harvin’s ongoing injury concerns, and why he didn’t play Monday against the New Orleans Saints, and why he wasn’t a participant in today’s team practice. According to ESPN,
“It’s doctor procedure stuff they did to make sure that he was relieved of any kind of inflammation,’’ Carroll said. “He won’t practice [Wednesday] but he will run. We’ll see what happens [Thursday].”
Carroll was asked if he expects the day-to-day status for Harvin to continue the rest of the season.
“Maybe it will, maybe it won’t,” he said. “We just want to make sure he’s strong and safe. He wants to play right now and we want him to play as soon as he’s capable.”
It’s clear that the Seahawks can still be tough opponents without Harvin on the field, but when h’ back on it and healthy again, they will be even tougher it seems. Although we might not get to see Harvin suited up and running for a ball for possibly a couple more weeks. It all depends on when he gets fully recovered and feels comfortable running around