It had seemed unlikely that Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin would be returning this season, but over the past few weeks he has been making positive strides. If Harvin continues on his current path, he should be able to suit up for the team and return in time for next weekend’s divisional round against the San Francisco 49ers, Green Bay Packers or New Orleans Saints.
Harvin practiced once again on Friday, as he took on a bigger workload and showed that he could be ready to go.
“He really did fine,” coach Pete Carroll said, via Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com. “He looked [good], and I think he felt pretty good about it.
“We’ll just keep working until we have more information. We will not rush to the decision at any time. We’ll continue to take all the information in and encourage him and be encouraged by his efforts and stuff and see what happens.”
If Harvin can return to the team, he will give the Seahawks passing game another weapon and add some diversity to their attack.
Seattle has been doing fine without Harvin in the line up, but you can never have too many playmakers.