The Seattle Seahawks played Percy Harvin a few weeks ago against the Minnesota Vikings but since then it’s been a mystery as to if he’d ever play again this season. After shelving him for the regular season, the Seahawks are now prepared to place their offseason acquisition on season-ending IR which would deactivate him for the entire postseason.
We knew that this could be a possibility as it was hinted at last week, but the reality of the situation is Harvin will more than likely miss the entire postseason and won’t play another down for the Seahawks until to 2014 season.
Mike Florio from PFT.com is reporting that Percy Harvin could end up being placed on IR as soon as Monday morning, and it’s news that Seahawks fans do not want to hear.
Harvin’s IR move will no doubt dampen the Seahawks epic weekend, but the fact remains that Seattle has the No. 1 seed in the NFC and they got there without Harvin’s help this season. He would have vastly improved the Seahawks offense, and it’s disappointing to see his season end like this, but Seattle hasn’t needed him all year and everyone is better off waiting until next year to see what Harvin brings to the team.