Nov 17, 2013; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin (11) returns a kickoff against the Minnesota Vikings during the second quarter at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

Seattle Seattle Seahawks say Percy Harvin will not practice this week, likely out for Sunday


The Seattle Seahawks are hoping that wide receiver Percy Harvin will  be available for the postseason but the chances that he’s ready for the regular season finale is not very high. Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said on Monday that Harvin won’t practice at all this week which means he’s likely going to be out again for the Seahawks final game of the season.

We sort of expected that Harvin would be out as the Seahawks have been saving him to make sure that he’s ready for the postseason. But so far Harvin has played one game for the Seahawks and the Vikings have been able to flaunt Cordarrelle Patterson, the guy the Seahawks could have drafted if they hadn’t traded a first round draft pick for Harvin.

All is not lost though as Seattle is thinking long term with Harvin, and hopefully that includes the playoffs in a few weeks.

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  • Kyle Carter

    Man up and play. We’re paying him 60 million dollars to do nothing. Cmon man

  • Troy Jones

    when he plays,,,, he better bringit and desimate and be a god or he be better known as a L E A C H, RIGHT BHIND ALEXANDER

  • tee

    we need to play christian Michael he is very explosive.