Super Bowl 48: Percy Harvin cleared to play in Super Bowl, won't have limitations

The Super Bowl is in a week, and the Seattle Seahawks are trying to decide who will be in and who will be out for them when the game arrives. One of the questions marks heading into this week was Percy Harvin, but entering Super Bowl week it appears there will no longer be any questions about his health.

According to Seahawks reporter Liz Matthews, the team has cleared Harvin to fully participate in practice and he has been given a green light to play in the Super Bowl.

This is much welcomed news for Harvin and the Seahawks, as it was uncertain earlier in the week if the receiver would be cleared to play in the big game. Harvin suffered a concussion in the Seahawks NFC Divisional round win over the New Orleans Saints and missed the NFC Championship game against the 49ers.

Harvin will have no limitations in the Super Bowl, meaning he’ll likely be returning kicks and seeing plenty of action against the Broncos defense.

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