Last week it was looking more and more like Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Havin would be placed on IR and his season would officially be ended. Then the man himself took to Twitter to say he intends on playing and the entire game has changed. Now Harvin’s quarterback is saying the receiver will play in the Seahawks first playoff game this year, as Russell Wilson has stated he thinks Percy Harvin is ‘ready to go’.
“He’s ready to go I think, but we’ll see. You’ve got to listen to the trainers and Coach Carroll and how he’s feeling and that just adds another element to our game,” Wilson said. “If we can get Percy Harvin, he’s explosive as can be, he has a great knack for the game, he’s very physical, loves to just make big time plays. So if we can get him out there, that will be great if that’s the case.”
Harvin would no doubt be an explosive option to have on the field when the Seahawks welcome in either the Packers, Saints or 49ers in a week’s time. He hasn’t played since the Seahawks played the Minnesota Vikings more than a month ago, but Harvin seems ready to go and he’ll make the Seahawks even less fun for opponents to play.