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Harvin will have surgery Thursday, return late in the season

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Now that Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin has decided to have surgery to repair the slight tear in the labrum in his hip, he’s wasting no time to get it fixed.

Per a league source, Harvin will have surgery on Thursday in New York.

While one of Harvin’s tweets could be read to imply he won’t play at all in 2013, we’re told that Harvin is expected back late in the season.

Since Harvin is on the physically unable to perform list, the Seahawks likely will shift him to the reserve/PUP list before the start of the regular season.  He’ll then have to be activated for practice purposes between Week Six and Week Eleven.  Once he begins to practice, the Seahawks will have three weeks to shift him to the active roster or shut him down for the season.

And so the arms race in the NFC West has seen the two best teams lose their top receivers for a large chunk of the coming season, opening the door for the Rams and Cardinals to close the gap a bit.

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  1. tampajoey2 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:25 PM

    That’s ok… Seahawks fans were starting to get annoying.

  2. donnymacjack says: Jul 30, 2013 8:25 PM

    Bummer. But lets get him healthy. Next man up!

  3. brucealmty says: Jul 30, 2013 8:26 PM

    Sad news! Prayers and Wishes.

  4. northbynw27 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:26 PM

    Cue the classless, self-rightous fans from all over the NFL coming out of the woodwork and especially MN. The 12th Man has and would never celebrate an injury.

  5. webehighrollin says: Jul 30, 2013 8:26 PM

    opening the door for the Rams and Cardinals to close the gap a bit.

    OHHHKAAY!

    Still a two team race.

  6. aaroncurryisbust says: Jul 30, 2013 8:27 PM

    Seattle didn’t need Harvin to destroy San Francisco then, they won’t need him now.

  7. moerawn says: Jul 30, 2013 8:27 PM

    Sorry for the Hawks and Harvin

  8. chargerdillon says: Jul 30, 2013 8:28 PM

    This really isn’t all that bad. Midseason you get a fresh and healthy major scoring threat both on kick returns and as a wr. By that time he’ll be a welcome addition to a banged up team.

  9. blacknole08 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:28 PM

    I’m just curious…. did the Hawks really do their due diligence on this guy?

  10. ravensfan19 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:28 PM

    Seahawks are in trouble. Expectations are lot tougher and they in a dogfight of a Divison.

  11. pooflingingmonkey says: Jul 30, 2013 8:29 PM

    Oops? Did we trade a 1st, 4th & 7th for this guy?

    Minnesota laughs a hearty laugh.

  12. osiris33 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:29 PM

    A) Golden Tate just got paid, and B) I guess the Seahawks just have to win games averaging 34 PPG without Harvin like they did the last 8 weeks of last season. Bummer.

  13. xsfmed says: Jul 30, 2013 8:29 PM

    Good thing they paid him 25 mil guaranteed! Oh wait..

  14. realfootballfan says: Jul 30, 2013 8:29 PM

    Who’s having a worse off-season so far–49ers, Broncos, or Seahawks? Going to be an interesting year.

  15. jdubb84 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:29 PM

    Back just in time for playoffs. Lets remember what Rookie Russell Wilson did last season without a Percey Harvin

  16. vfan76 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:30 PM

    Looks like you got burnt by the Vikes again, hahaha.

  17. nfl4days says: Jul 30, 2013 8:30 PM

    Seattle is just filled to the brim the genius. Nice job guys. Totally worth that FIRST ROUNDER.

  18. youarejealousof6rings says: Jul 30, 2013 8:30 PM

    Can’t say we didn’t see this coming.

  19. bossplayer213 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:30 PM

    “And so the arms race in the NFC West has seen the two best teams lose their top receivers for a large chunk of the coming season, opening the door for the Rams and Cardinals to close the gap a bit.”

    ———–

    Yeahhhhh…not really.

  20. packerbackernj says: Jul 30, 2013 8:31 PM

    8-8 at best. this team is tanking, and tanking fast. Injuries are piling up, roids are running dry. Stick a fork in them, this hawk is cooked.

  21. squared80 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:32 PM

    Vikings West keeps giving out these insane contracts to ex-Vikings, and not one of them has worked out. Antoine Winfield may be the only one… unless he gets hurt.

  22. billbrasky72 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:32 PM

    When the engine in my car breaks, I’m going to Seattle to sell it for top dollar.

  23. willbow5253 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:32 PM

    Just wanted to see if I read that right. Guys, did that article just say that the CARDINALS can now close the gap?!

  24. hartdaddy says: Jul 30, 2013 8:34 PM

    This is why he was on the trade block Seattle fans, Percy Harvin will never be healthy! Lol, a first rounder for this headache… Pun intended, highway robbery.

  25. kolbydoerge says: Jul 30, 2013 8:34 PM

    Tate will do just fine in the mean time. You fantasy people mark my word, Tate will be top 10 WR this season. Until Harvin gets back that is!!!
    Win win for the Hawks, what’s new! GO Hawks!

  26. ringwormsherm says: Jul 30, 2013 8:35 PM

    Tell me again how Harvin played a huge part in our offense last year. Baldwin is going to shred defenses apart. GO HAWKS!!!

  27. mjzaky says: Jul 30, 2013 8:37 PM

    This could be a blessing in disguise. The Seahawks are obviously good enough to get through the regular season and win a playoff spot. They aren’t guaranteed it, but they are capable of it.

    If they gain Harvin for the playoffs, teams won’t have film on how the Seahawks will use him — and the chemistry issues shouldn’t be too severe considering Bevell and Harvin have experience with each other.

    I don’t really care what happens, I’m a Giants fan, but I don’t think this is a death sentence for the Seahawks season. Between Tate, Rice, Miller, and Baldwin.. they are friggin talented.

  28. peytonsneckl8 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:37 PM

    Won’t win 9 games. HTTR

  29. bolts0621 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:38 PM

    Lets be honest – for the Hawks – its a 19 game season….missing the first 12 won’t really matter.

  30. decon49 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:39 PM

    your move san francisco

  31. joey49er says: Jul 30, 2013 8:40 PM

    Hey carol great deal bud!!!!! lol and u guys think u can beat the niners??what a joke! Vikings say jokes on u guys !!!!!! gooooo 49ers !!!

  32. jonkchar says: Jul 30, 2013 8:40 PM

    Get well. Seahawks will still throttle the 49ers. put money on it.

  33. forty9asty says: Jul 30, 2013 8:41 PM

    northbynw27 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:26 PM

    Cue the classless, self-rightous fans from all over the NFL coming out of the woodwork and especially MN. The 12th Man has and would never celebrate an injury.
    ———————————————————
    Ummm…maybe you are one of the very very few Seahawks fans who don’t read or comment on the 49ers posts, but most of your fellow 12th Men were there in full force “celebrating” the injury to Michael Crabtree. I agree with you, an injury is nothing to wish or celebrate happening to another team, let alone your division rivals. But speak for yourself and not your hypocritical brethren please.

  34. allidoiswin55 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:42 PM

    Seahawks have an dominate defense.

    Seahawks have a dominate run game.

    Seahawks have a dominant special teams unit.
    Seahawks have 3rd youngest team in league.

    Seahawks have a 2nd year stud Wilson, who out works anyone and leads the team and was able to make his wr’s look good last season.

    Seahawks once allowing their true rookie qb play half a season with handcuffs, we’re a. Top 8 . offense and scoring around 34 pts a game.

    #1 scoring defense in the league.

    Rice, said no missed games, no surgery just some work done, Tate in contract year.

    Seahawks added pass rushers and another nickle cb who was a pro bowler and have depth behind them that would start on most of your teams.

    The seahawks will be fine and be ready to have him back and give them another weapon.

  35. youarejealousof6rings says: Jul 30, 2013 8:42 PM

    realfootballfan says:
    Jul 30, 2013 8:29 PM
    Who’s having a worse off-season so far–49ers, Broncos, or Seahawks? Going to be an interesting year.
    ___________________________________

    How could you forget the patriots?

  36. apkyletexas says: Jul 30, 2013 8:42 PM

    So – does this mean the Seahawk fans have to give back the Lombardi they awarded themselves back in March??

  37. wholelottaawesome says: Jul 30, 2013 8:44 PM

    Packerbackerbj guy. (See what I did there?)

    Yup. Seahawks are tanking just like your team did vs ONE PLAYER on the 49rs in a playoff game. Please provide any reasonable point to backup how a team that lost 2 starters from ly are tanking after losing a player who had never played a single down on the team.

  38. mrlaloosh says: Jul 30, 2013 8:44 PM

    Well, that was certainly worth a NUMBER ONE pick. Maybe he needs a little HGH? Shouldn’t be hard to fine in Seattle. They have many pharmaceutical celebrities.

  39. sampsonswag01 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:45 PM

    aaroncurryisbust says:
    Jul 30, 2013 8:27 PM
    Seattle didn’t need Harvin to destroy San Francisco then, they won’t need him now.

    ______________________________

    No you just needed a Justin Smith not playing, an injured Aldon Smith and a collectively jet-lagged team from the coaches down from the week’s prior game in New England….on the road…where the 49ers won…something somewhat foreign to the Seahawks. But that’s cool……keep thinking that game was representative of where these two teams stand.

    Seattle gets rolled by Carolina Week 1. Mark it.

  40. Norseman says: Jul 30, 2013 8:45 PM

    northbynw27 says:
    Jul 30, 2013 8:26 PM
    Cue the classless, self-rightous fans from all over the NFL coming out of the woodwork and especially MN. The 12th Man has and would never celebrate an injury.

    ————

    Seems to me there was quite a 12th man celebration when Crabtree went down. You must have a short memory.

  41. braceyourselffor12 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:45 PM

    That is too bad. I must, no …. HALF to send my regards to all the blowhard bandwagon Seek Awk posers.

  42. bobhk says: Jul 30, 2013 8:46 PM

    @aaroncurryisbust says:
    Jul 30, 2013 8:27 PM
    Seattle didn’t need Harvin to destroy San Francisco then, they won’t need him now.
    ———-
    You won’t need him but you will need all the PEDs like you needed them last year.

    BTW, hawk fans (and players) want to get off easy by claiming it was adderall. Fact is we don’t know what it was. Could have been any kind of steroids.

    Cheats with the same color as their ghetto coach.

  43. roylp says: Jul 30, 2013 8:47 PM

    Well according to Hawks fans. They’ve already won the Super Bowl this year. I’m sure this won’t hurt there chances. There’s a reason why NFL players have a average of a 3 year career. It looks like Harvin is going to be another statistic.

  44. bobhk says: Jul 30, 2013 8:48 PM

    @allidoiswin55 says:
    Jul 30, 2013 8:42 PM
    Seahawks have an dominate defense.

    Seahawks have a dominate run game.

    Seahawks have a dominant special teams unit.
    Seahawks have 3rd youngest team in league.

    Seahawks have a 2nd year stud Wilson, who out works anyone and leads the team and was able to make his wr’s look good last season.

    Seahawks once allowing their true rookie qb play half a season with handcuffs, we’re a. Top 8 . offense and scoring around 34 pts a game.

    #1 scoring defense in the league.

    Rice, said no missed games, no surgery just some work done, Tate in contract year.

    Seahawks added pass rushers and another nickle cb who was a pro bowler and have depth behind them that would start on most of your teams.

    The seahawks will be fine and be ready to have him back and give them another weapon.

    —————
    Blah blah blah…blah blah blah…

    Seems like you are trying convince yourself that your moribund franchise is anything but that.

  45. idolized1 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:49 PM

    I really would like to say how sorry I am to Percy, not Seattle fans or the organization, but just to Percy.

    But I can’t.

    I am sorry for the fans and team, but after how our team (Vikings) took a risk on this guy, treated him fairly, and tried to be civil with him even after his immature behavior and pretty much refusal to play that may have cost us an extra win or two, I simply can’t.

    Percy was a total cancer to the locker room his final year and after his injury he just became flat out belligerent.

    Good riddance, and when problems arise in Seattle, are you going to stomp your feet and pout, demanding a trade, or just stay and disrupt the entire team with your B.S. Percy?

  46. beastmode5150 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:49 PM

    Hawk haters, remember, we beat the NFC Super Bowl rep 42-13 without harvin…

  47. Norseman says: Jul 30, 2013 8:50 PM

    Wouldn’t be surprised if Harvin stretches the recovery time for the whole season.

    You took a chance, Pete Carroll. Snake-eyes.

  48. tokyosandblaster says: Jul 30, 2013 8:50 PM

    The Seahawks and Vikings were both overachievers last year.

    Neither will make the playoffs for a few years. Perhaps after the Packers and Niners each win a few more Super Bowls, and if Ted Thompson retires…

    But until then…nope.

  49. seatownballers says: Jul 30, 2013 8:51 PM

    Your move niners

  50. thenordicthunder says: Jul 30, 2013 8:52 PM

    As a Viking fan–and an NFL fan–this isn’t good news at all. This kid can play ball, and it’s a shame he won’t be ready to go. He’s a game-changer and regardless of what many say, Harvin is worth every cent and every pick Seattle gave. If the Seachickens or the Whiners had him on their roster last year, either team would’ve won the SB.

  51. cowboysfaninbuffalove says: Jul 30, 2013 8:52 PM

    I hate the seahawks

  52. decon49 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:54 PM

    osiris33 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:29 PM

    A) Golden Tate just got paid, and B) I guess the Seahawks just have to win games averaging 34 PPG without Harvin like they did the last 8 weeks of last season. Bummer.

    when did tate get paid?

  53. jayniner says: Jul 30, 2013 8:55 PM

    ^^^^^^^

    Your move niners?

    We lost Crabtree for most of the season and staying true-to-form, the Seahawks are following suit….

  54. 49erstim says: Jul 30, 2013 8:57 PM

    I actually believe this is bad news. I wanted Harvin ready to go week 2. I wanted Seattle at full strength. Now these loudmouth fans have an out after they lose. Sad day indeed.

  55. ringwormsherm says: Jul 30, 2013 8:57 PM

    What’s everyone going to whine about when the Hawks are smashing your team without Harvin?

  56. billyisradical says: Jul 30, 2013 8:57 PM

    I’m a Vikings fan, and this is a bummer. I’ve remained optimistic that the trade was in our(the Vikings) favor, pending the draft picks work out and Ponder can get the ball to Jennings. I loved Percy as a player but he could never stay healthy, hopefully this surgery will be the end of his injury woes.

  57. ss3walkman says: Jul 30, 2013 8:58 PM

    Seattle was fine before Harvin, they’ll be fine without him

  58. bobhk says: Jul 30, 2013 9:00 PM

    @beastmode5150 says:
    Jul 30, 2013 8:49 PM
    Hawk haters, remember, we beat the NFC Super Bowl rep 42-13 without harvin…
    ———
    Seaquack fans have an inferiority complex. All they can talk about their “private” Super Bowl: the victory over a niners team that had travelled cross country after a tough monday night victory against the Pats and without their D MVP.

    Never seen a fan so obsessed about *one* regular season victory. It’s ok, you’ve never tasted real success.

  59. norwegianwud says: Jul 30, 2013 9:01 PM

    Vikes fan but I still wish him well. Plays at 100 MPH every time he’s on the field. He just can’t stay on the field. He’s got no “shut it down” meter. Takes on tackles and slams his way through yards. Although I’m glad he’s not a part of our locker room, he is a stud. Good luck, Hawks fans. You still have a great squad. Life is too short too hate people whether you know them personally or not.

  60. garyhd01 says: Jul 30, 2013 9:02 PM

    as a ram fan since 1963 I gotta tell you I am old school I never want to see my team with key injuries or the hawks and niners likewise, I want to beat you at full strength we held our own against both last year, but for some unknown reason (to me at least) we went 1-7 against the nfc north and afc east hoping no one suffers any more injuries and the playing field stays somewhat even good luck and good health to all.

  61. 49erstim says: Jul 30, 2013 9:02 PM

    Seattle is the only team that I know of that’ll be playing its Super Bowl in Week 2! Lolz.

  62. mondzy805 says: Jul 30, 2013 9:05 PM

    Money well spent Seattle. Harvin fits in with those Seagulls. Weak and all Talk. Go 49ers

  63. teekay78 says: Jul 30, 2013 9:08 PM

    As a Vikings fan I can attest that Harvin is not injury prone. yes he missed 6 games last year but only missed a total of 3 games before that.

    I am not laughing or anything that he is injured but it does make the pill of losing him easier to swallow. especially if Xavier Rhodes turns out to be good.

    all the Seahawk fans say you did well without Harvin last year. that may be true but so were the Vikings. remember we were .500 with him but made the huge late season surge when he was on IR.

  64. scmems07 says: Jul 30, 2013 9:11 PM

    osiris33

    A) Golden Tate just got paid, and B) I guess the Seahawks just have to win games averaging 34 PPG without Harvin like they did the last 8 weeks of last season. Bummer.

    Congrats guy, in your last 8 games you managed to beat the cardinals, jets, bills, Vikings, bears and rams and you lost to the dolphins by having a Tannehill out play Wilson for a game winning drive. The only team of relevance was the niners after losing to them earlier. Just as a note, lost to the lions just one week before. Keep your hopes up

  65. scmems07 says: Jul 30, 2013 9:13 PM

    Love how the shehawks fans were so defensive when he didn’t need surgery, and now…meh, no big deal. What ever helps you sleep at night 12th man

  66. bnwpnw says: Jul 30, 2013 9:15 PM

    From the Hawks’ perspective: Deion Branch 2.0

  67. vikes1980 says: Jul 30, 2013 9:17 PM

    I guarantee he will not play at all this season, they are just trying to stay optimistic, Harvin already tweeted that he would be out for the year… it is terrible that this guy can not stay healthy at all.. if it’s not an injury it’s a headache… Seattle is not what I say done without him, but they need to get it done soon if at all..Winfield is almost done and those contracts are gonna start slowly creeping up and gonna get way more expensive and they are gonna have to start moving people out of there, can’t afford to keep them all… I wish Harvin well and enjoy your new headache Seattle

  68. northbynw27 says: Jul 30, 2013 9:17 PM

    42-13

  69. seatownballers says: Jul 30, 2013 9:19 PM

    All Seattle fans need to switch to decaf right now. Celebrating, Because the team is finally complete. We see. 5 minutes of fame will be allowed if the Lombardi is won.

  70. blvckhvwks says: Jul 30, 2013 9:20 PM

    I was never aboard the Harvin train. I thought they did overpay for him but it’s all good. Hawks did fine without him last season so not much changes. I’d be more worried if I was a 9er fan seeing as Crabtree literally scored half of their touchdowns last season.

  71. ososrule says: Jul 30, 2013 9:20 PM

    allidoiswin55 says:
    Jul 30, 2013 8:42 PM
    Seahawks have an dominate defense.

    Seahawks have a dominate run game.

    Seahawks have a dominant special teams unit.
    Seahawks have 3rd youngest team in league.

    Seahawks have a 2nd year stud Wilson, who out works anyone and leads the team and was able to make his wr’s look good last season.

    Seahawks once allowing their true rookie qb play half a season with handcuffs, we’re a. Top 8 . offense and scoring around 34 pts a game.

    #1 scoring defense in the league.

    Rice, said no missed games, no surgery just some work done, Tate in contract year.

    Seahawks added pass rushers and another nickle cb who was a pro bowler and have depth behind them that would start on most of your teams.

    The seahawks will be fine and be ready to have him back and give them another weapon.
    ___________________________________

    Relax dude, let the season start. Seahawk’s have a long way to go for you to start acting like a goofy Steelers or Packers fan. Chill dude, you guys will be fine this year. Clam down, I will chill….say it over and over again.

  72. allidoiswin55 says: Jul 30, 2013 9:21 PM

    ” Bobhk ”

    Sorry your not hip to the game of football bud . The seahawks are loaded with talent and are hungry to win. It’s unfortunate they get little coverage until they already arrived. Doesn’t change that we noticed their improvement before wins came. The wins were the last to come and that’s why we’re confident it was NO FLUKE.

    The seahawks and Pete Carroll play for each other not like most all other franchises where they just play get paid and their are always players bigger than the team (A Rodge, AP, RG3, Kaep)

    The reason seahawks point out the 42-13 beat down of the niners is this.
    -Niners teams website put up ” Beat Seahawks” Hashtag for weeks before the game.

    -a week earlier the seahawks traveled to Toronto, the niners to Mass, and after a beat down of epic proportions, all the media crowned Kaep, untouchable and that the 49ers would destroy the seahawks (same with all their bogus fans)

    -the 49ers Were just crowned the best nfl team after beating the patirots and many said they were a lock to win the SB.

    -the Seahawks Niners game was in prime time and even though they are rivals, even though the division title was still up for grabs and even though a Seahawks loss would gratify affect their playoffs chances. According to whack delirious Niner fans. ” the niners didn’t play hard or use their whole play book, the niners knew they would win next week and secure the NFCW by an half a game, the niners were more tired than the seahawks who flew from Toronto,) these are all stupid AS* comments we’ve heard.

    – the most important thing according to seahawks and Niners is winning the division yet one team wants to purposely jeopardize that… Hmm that’s why we keep pointing it out, you thought you were #1, untouchable, the dynasty word was in full swing, then what…

    CAUGHT one of the most epic one sided beat downs I’ve ever watched, when your as good as the niners as far ahead of the competition… YOU NEVER GET BEAT BY. NEARLY 30 PTS. Especially against your rival on national TV when the division is still up for grabs and home field…

    We point that out to check you, because tour team like NO TEAM is untouchable and especially compared to the seahawks the niners are damn near identical, just got injuries and bad luck are the difference. The only major benefit is the seahawks are younger. But both are young at QB.

    The seahawks Bobhk will be fine, they already had the talent returned 20-22 starters and we’re one if the best teams anyway ago despite not allowing the offense to take any risks for fear of loosing games. By the end of the year I bet most people would tell you they were amongst the top 3 teams..

    All these are reasons were confident and shoe well be fine. Last year was no fluke.

    Want fluke. Just look at Minnesota, they had NO PASSING and only by an near inhuman attempt by a HGH AP (best) effort made it to the playoffs. That team was terrible and he willed them to the playoffs. If anyone takes an step back it’s an team with no balance and no dominated unit besides the rb.

  73. bobhk says: Jul 30, 2013 9:22 PM

    It’s classic that Carroll suggested that he could work through this injury as Kam had done. What did Percy do? Opted for surgery!!

  74. blvckhvwks says: Jul 30, 2013 9:22 PM

    For all the hate Seahawk fans get, I didn’t see too many of them laughing at Crab’s injury. But I guess in SF it’s considered classy to do so.

  75. raiders4lyfe17 says: Jul 30, 2013 9:22 PM

    Thats a blow to my fantasy team, used a high pick on him…..

  76. vikesandravens78 says: Jul 30, 2013 9:23 PM

    Thanks for the draft picks!

  77. blvckhvwks says: Jul 30, 2013 9:25 PM

    49erstim says: Jul 30, 2013 8:57 PM

    I actually believe this is bad news. I wanted Harvin ready to go week 2. I wanted Seattle at full strength. Now these loudmouth fans have an out after they lose. Sad day indeed.

    We all said the same thing about you crybabies after that last game when you were all bitching about not having Smith. But you know, whiners gonna whine. See you week 2 ladies.

  78. purpleguy says: Jul 30, 2013 9:27 PM

    Tough bounce for Percy and the Hawks. No sense at all celebrating the injury to another player, particularly one that played hard for my team when he wasn’t being a pain in the rear. I hope he recovers fully — a week after the Hawks play my team in mid-November.

  79. donth8thehorns says: Jul 30, 2013 9:27 PM

    Real MN fans loved Harvin! Get well bro!
    The trolls on here don’t represent Viking fans

  80. vikescry1 says: Jul 30, 2013 9:28 PM

    @squard80 funny the vikings overpay ex packer players and it hasn’t worked out yet. Lmao stop hating

  81. apkyletexas says: Jul 30, 2013 9:28 PM

    Somewhere in Bristol, Colin Cowherd is crawling into a fetal position and crying himself to sleep tonight.

  82. larrydavid7000 says: Jul 30, 2013 9:32 PM

    Who Cares seagulls haven’t done any thing since their existence in this league and won’t in the near and future. Next time the brain trust should look at the player. Why do you think Vikings jumped at this trade so fast. Helloooo.!!!!!!! Loser of a team that has a one year wonder for a qb.

  83. ieatchickens says: Jul 30, 2013 9:33 PM

    Karma for the big celebration with that moronic replacement referee who gave you guys a victory over Green Bay.

    Karma for the 12th man.

  84. mtctd49ers says: Jul 30, 2013 9:39 PM

    Harvin=Headache. I’m glad Seattle has to deal with him

    Take the money and run Percy

  85. northstarnic says: Jul 30, 2013 9:41 PM

    So… Below is what i posted about two hours before the information in this column became available. Yeah. I read palms too.
    ” It’s Percy. Fairly safe to assume the worst.
    My prediction: season ending surgery, conflicting opinions between player and coaches/training staff on when he will return, and Percy sulking and staying away from the team due to the conflicting views. I think we all know this tune.”

  86. northstarnic says: Jul 30, 2013 9:42 PM

    Or perhaps old Headache Harvin has become entirely too predictable. Enjoy PEDhawks!

  87. mwsmith1547 says: Jul 30, 2013 9:45 PM

    Dude waited all off season to get his money than shows up on first day of practice needing surgery? Isnt that what the off season is for? Very unhappy 12th man!

  88. hawksfan3737 says: Jul 30, 2013 9:46 PM

    I like how all these Niner fans are busting our balls cause we traded a #1 for Harvin and he’s hurt when they drafted a WR #1 last year and he sucked so bad he couldn’t even get on the field. We have the same squad that went 11-5 last year and Harvin will be back for the playoffs, relax

  89. northstarnic says: Jul 30, 2013 9:51 PM

    “Cheats with the same color as their ghetto coach.”
    Anyone care to translate?

  90. nflpoker says: Jul 30, 2013 9:53 PM

    jdubb84 says:
    Jul 30, 2013 8:29 PM
    Back just in time for playoffs. Lets remember what Rookie Russell Wilson did last season without a Percey Harvin

    ss3walkman says:
    Jul 30, 2013 8:58 PM
    Seattle was fine before Harvin, they’ll be fine without him
    ———————————————
    If Seattle was so great last season AND will be great this season with or without Harvin then, 1) why did they trade for him giving up all those draft picks and 2) why did they give him such a big contract? Sounds like Seattle laid an egg trading for him then.

  91. Frazier28/7 says: Jul 30, 2013 9:57 PM

    Yeah, late in the offseason.

    How are the other 89 players doing in camp that all have the goal of getting Antoine Winfield a ring?

  92. vikingsrulez69 says: Jul 30, 2013 9:58 PM

    Rick spielman IS a MAGICIAN !

  93. mcarey032 says: Jul 30, 2013 10:05 PM

    so much for that blockbuster trade.

  94. Advanced Strength Training Programs says: Jul 30, 2013 10:09 PM

    Its gonna be hard for seattle to take the next step without more weapons than they had last year. I also have my doubts there defense will be as effective

  95. myhawks1976 says: Jul 30, 2013 10:10 PM

    You Vikings fans crack me up. We were a better team last year when you HAD Harvin for part of a season than you were. now that you DON’T have Harvin you think your better than the sake team we had last year? Please.

    As for Harvins injury. It hurts. I’m not going to lie. We let one of the best returnees in the game (Leon Washington) go, because we had Harvin. This is going to be a dogfight either way with the Whiners. Two best teams in the NFC.

    As for the whole Cardinals and Rams can close the gap nonsense…. Thanks. I just spewed diet Pepsi all over my monitor reading that. I needed a good laugh. This is still a two horse race.

  96. peehergriphon says: Jul 30, 2013 10:10 PM

    Percy needs to take whatever Sherman is taking to heal faster.

  97. roylp says: Jul 30, 2013 10:12 PM

    Beastmode = stupidity

    My team beat the superbowl champs. So ha who’s better now. No one cares if you beat the 49ers. Only thing that matters is a ring and you guys haven’t done ++++.

  98. squared80 says: Jul 30, 2013 10:17 PM

    mjzaky says:
    Jul 30, 2013 8:37 PM
    If they gain Harvin for the playoffs, teams won’t have film on how the Seahawks will use him…
    ——————————-

    Umm… pop in a tape from his previous years with the Vikings. Seriously. That’s how they’ll use him. Everywhere. Come on, mjzaky. You’re better than that.

  99. GenXJay says: Jul 30, 2013 10:19 PM

    Vikings beat the 49ers too…w/harvin

  100. hazelmn says: Jul 30, 2013 10:27 PM

    As a Vikings fan, I hate to see this. I want Percy to play and be one of the most electric playmakers in the league. Of course, I want Cordarelle Patterson to be the most electric playmaker in the league.

    The injury history with Harvin was known, which is why his trade value wasn’t higher. A 1st, 4th, and 7th is good, but had this guy been an ironman he would have actually commanded more.

  101. squared80 says: Jul 30, 2013 10:27 PM

    tokyosandblaster says:
    Jul 30, 2013 8:50 PM
    The Seahawks and Vikings were both overachievers last year.

    Neither will make the playoffs for a few years. Perhaps after the Packers and Niners each win a few more Super Bowls, and if Ted Thompson retires…

    ——————————

    You Packer fans are so delusional. Ted Thompson had Rodgers fall in his lap, and got lucky that he turned out to be so good. The rest of this drafts? Well, a terrible offensive line and one of the NFL’s worst defenses speak for themselves. Go through his drafts and you can count on one hand the great picks. Seriously. Without A-Rod, the Packers are nothing.

    2005
    1.  AARON RODGERS, QB, California, 24
    2a.  NICK COLLINS, S/CB, Bethune-Cookman, 51
    2b.  TERRENCE MURPHY, WR/KR, Texas A&M, 58
    4a.  MARVIEL UNDERWOOD, S, San Diego State, 115
    4b.  BRADY POPPINGA, LB, Brigham Young, 125
    5a.  JUNIUS COSTON, C, North Carolina A&T, 143
    5b.  MIKE HAWKINS, CB, Oklahoma, 167
    6a.  MICHAEL MONTGOMERY, DE, Texas A&M, 180
    6b.  CRAIG BRAGG, WR, UCLA, 195
    7a.  KURT CAMPBELL, LB, Albany, 245
    7b.  WILLIAM WHITTICKER, G, Michigan State, 246

    2006
    1.  A.J. HAWK, LB, Ohio State, 5
    2a.  DARYN COLLEDGE, T/G, Boise State, 47
    2b.  GREG JENNINGS, WR, Western Michigan, 52
    3a.  ABDUL HODGE, LB, Iowa, 67
    3b.  JASON SPITZ, G/C, Louisville, 75
    4a.  CORY RODGERS, WR/KR, Texas Christian, 104
    4b.  WILL BLACKMON, CB, Boston College, 115
    5a.  INGLE MARTIN, QB, Furman, 148
    5b.  TONY MOLL, T, Nevada, 165
    6a.  JOHNNY JOLLY, DT, Texas A&M, 183
    6b.  TYRONE CULVER, S, Fresno State, 185
    7.  DAVE TOLLEFSON, DE, Northwest Missouri State, 253

    2007

    1.  JUSTIN HARRELL, DT, Tennessee, 16
    2.  BRANDON JACKSON, RB, Nebraska, 63
    3a.  JAMES JONES, WR, San Jose State, 78
    3b.  AARON ROUSE, SS, Virginia Tech, 89
    4.  ALLEN BARBRE, T/G, Missouri Southern St, 119
    5.  DAVID CLOWNEY, WR, Virginia Tech, 157
    6a.  KOREY HALL, FB, Boise State, 191
    6b.  DESMOND BISHOP, LB, California, 192
    6c.  MASON CROSBY, K, Colorado, 193
    7a.  DeSHAWN WYNN, RB, Florida, 228
    7.  CLARK HARRIS, TE, Rutgers, 243

    2008

    2a.  JORDY NELSON, WR, Kansas State, 36
    2b.  BRIAN BROHM, QB, Louisville, 56
    2c.  PAT LEE, CB, Auburn, 60
    3.  JERMICHAEL FINLEY, TE, Texas, 91
    4a.  JEREMY THOMPSON, DE, Wake Forest, 102
    4b.  JOSH SITTON, G, Central Florida, 135
    5.  BRENO GIACOMINI, T, Louisville, 150
    7a.  MATT FLYNN, QB, Louisiana State, 209
    7b.  BRETT SWAIN, WR, San Diego State, 217

    2009

    1a.  B.J. RAJI, NT, Boston College, 9
    1b.  CLAY MATTHEWS, LB, Southern California, 26
    4.  T.J. LANG, G/T, Eastern Michigan, 109
    5a.  QUINN JOHNSON, FB, Louisiana State, 145
    5b.  JAMON MEREDITH, T, South Carolina, 162
    6a.  JARIUS WYNN, DE, Georgia, 182
    6b.  BRANDON UNDERWOOD, CB, Cincinnati, 187
    7.  BRAD JONES, LB, Colorado, 218

    2010

    1.  BRYAN BULAGA, T, Iowa, 23
    2.  MIKE NEAL, DE, Purdue, 56
    3.  MORGAN BURNETT, S, Georgia Tech, 71
    5a.  ANDREW QUARLESS, TE, Penn State, 154
    5b.  MARSHALL NEWHOUSE, T/G, Texas Christian, 169
    6.  JAMES STARKS, RB, Buffalo, 193
    7.  C.J. WILSON, DE, East Carolina, 230

    2011

    1.  DEREK SHERROD, T, Mississippi State, 32
    2.  RANDALL COBB, WR, Kentucky, 64
    3.  ALEX GREEN, RB, Hawaii, 96
    4.  DAVON HOUSE, CB, New Mexico State, 131
    5.  D.J. WILLIAMS, TE, Arkansas, 141
    6a.  CALEB SCHLAUDERAFF, G, Utah, 179
    6b.  D.J. SMITH, LB, Appalachian State, 186
    6c.  RICKY ELMORE, LB, Arizona, 197
    7a.  RYAN TAYLOR, TE, North Carolina, 218
    7b.  LAWRENCE GUY, DE, Arizona State, 233

    2012

    1.  NICK PERRY, LB, Southern California, 28
    2a.  JEREL WORTHY, DE, Michigan State, 51
    2b.  CASEY HAYWARD, CB, Vanderbilt, 62
    4a.  MIKE DANIELS, DT, Iowa, 132
    4b.  JERRON McMILLIAN, S, Maine, 133
    5.  TERRELL MANNING, LB, North Carolina State, 163
    7a.  ANDREW DATKO, T, Florida State, 241
    7b.  B.J. COLEMAN, QB, Tennessee-Chattanooga, 243

  102. oaktown49er says: Jul 30, 2013 10:30 PM

    I’m a Niner fan but that sucks. Hopefully Crabs and Harvin will both be back for the late season game. I wanna see the teams at full strength.

  103. dirtysouthniner says: Jul 30, 2013 10:31 PM

    The hawks will be okay. But that’s just it , ok. All the other teams will get work out of their first round picks, hawks not so much. Jenkins hasn’t showed much as a first rounder but he’s available.

  104. hawkstradamus says: Jul 30, 2013 10:44 PM

    We still have the best roster in the league, by far.
    No other team has our combination of dominance on defense.
    With the consistency and explosiveness on offense.

  105. donnymacjack says: Jul 30, 2013 10:47 PM

    Believe me when I say there were many well informed Hawk fans that didn’t feel the Harvin trade was a big necessity. But when you looked at the overall talent level (or lack thereof) in the first round of the draft this year and your roster and cap numbers are both in good shape,the move was a good one to take.

    The biggest spot this is going to hurt is in the return game. No more Leon Washington. I think they have the punt return game covered pretty well with Golden Tate. But do you really want to put him at risk every time you force a punt? And who’s going to handle kickoff returns? THOSE are the questions.

  106. seals1 says: Jul 30, 2013 10:51 PM

    Harvin will be back just in time to not be able to pay for the younger players coming up,,,,,,,,,,,,window is already closing.

    House of Cards.

  107. ejmat2 says: Jul 30, 2013 10:59 PM

    As I’ve been saying all along to all the Seahawks fans that gloat about the players they’ve taken from the vikings. Out of any of them who has panned out for you? The one player the Vikings got (Hutch) panned out better than any of them combined. Keep gloating. It’s almost like players go to the Seahawks to lose their careers.

    I don’t wish injury on anyone but Seahawks fans brought my statement now with their idiotic posts.

  108. r502 says: Jul 30, 2013 11:09 PM

    Anyone who has heard the local sports talk honks in Seattle will know what I am talking about. These jackwagons had the Seachickens winning it all the minute this trade went down. They have been talking Seahawks football for months on end everyday for hours a day. I can’t wait to tune in and listen to the spin. This hurts this club. It will not be ‘ just fine ‘ without Harvin. This club traded the farm for this guy to put them over the top, and now he will be no better than a hobbled curiosity toward the end of the year. Realistic Seachicken fan knows this to be true. Those draft picks are valuable, and now they belong to Minnesota. Seattle has squat to show for it and the window will close when the impending free agents they have start demanding to be paid.

  109. sportsbastard says: Jul 30, 2013 11:16 PM

    The Rams have entered this division race, like it, or not.

  110. realfootballfan says: Jul 30, 2013 11:29 PM

    youarejealousof6rings,

    I think what Tom Brady has done over the years regardless of his surroundings makes me think that he won’t miss a beat. Hernandez missed half of last season, while Gronk missed more. He nearly went to the super Bowl one year with Reche Caldwell as his number one receiver. He made Wes Welker, a nice little mid round slot guy from Miami’s also ran receiving corps, into a perennial 100+ catch receiver.

    Yea, safe to say that not worried about #12, especially considering that he’s playing in the sorry NFC East.

    The only reason the Broncos situation would concern me if I were a fan of theirs is that the center position being weakened is going to allow pressure right up in Manning’s face, something he’s never dealt with well in his career, but I’d guess he will figure things out as well.

    Still going to be an interesting season because something tells me that none of those teams will win the championship and who will is completely off the preseason radar.

  111. sweetnlow44 says: Jul 30, 2013 11:31 PM

    Reading this comment board makes it hard to have any faith in the evolution of mankind. Or is it just that non-Seahawk fans are so happy about a player getting injured that they’re drinking themselves illiterate tonight? Haters.

  112. fballguy says: Jul 30, 2013 11:44 PM

    The Rams had the best record in the division last season…and that was a rebuilding year. The worm is turning.

  113. macneil4025 says: Jul 30, 2013 11:46 PM

    If Seahawks fans think this is the last headache they will have with Harvin, think again! Percy is a walking talking Migrane! If he isn’t hurt, which he always was in Minnesota, he was busy pissing off the most laid back coach in the NFL! So much to the point the team put him on the IR, even though he could have come back and played during their stretch run to the playoffs!! He essentially became an addition by subtraction! Incredibly talented player, but a total me first kind of guy! He didn’t even attend any Vikes games after he hurt his ankle, he went home to Florida to cheer on his Gators!! That’s Quality!

  114. ahp1016 says: Jul 31, 2013 12:04 AM

    All we hear about is how great Seattle was last season, yet they lost to the Rams, Cardinals, Lions, Dolphins and Niners. Only one of which had a winning record.

    But congrats on that 42-13 win; which earned you nothing.

  115. sc49ers says: Jul 31, 2013 12:06 AM

    With or with him 49ers Are still the better team we win it all..good luck so called hawk land to many big mouth on the team keep running your mouths…..

  116. ninersblogger says: Jul 31, 2013 12:20 AM

    I heard seahawk fans celebrating the Crabtree injury.

    Karma is a biotch.

    Stay classy Seattle.

  117. ninersblogger says: Jul 31, 2013 12:24 AM

    Remember when Percy refused to practice in Florida?

    Remember when Percy choked a coach out in Florida?

    Remember when Percy demanded a new contract in Minn.?

    Remember when Percy threatened to not play in Minn?

    Remember when Percy openly fought with his coach in Minn?

    Remember when Percy refused to play because he had headaches in Minn?

    Now….

    I remember when Percy had surgery in Seattle and was done for the year. He ain’t coming back this year seattle fans…..

    te hee hee.

  118. wininer says: Jul 31, 2013 12:29 AM

    I love all these Cawks fans who think they have any chance in hell of performing like they did end of last season. They will get EVERY teams best effort, have a muuuuch harder sched than last year, are minus their DC…..

    If Harvin wasn’t needed then they’d not have paid what they did to get him.

    GL Seadderall. We will see if you guys can deliver on the over the top expectations, I doubt it but that’s why they play the games.

  119. trollhammer20 says: Jul 31, 2013 12:38 AM

    So, we’re stuck with the same receivers that got us to thirty seconds from the NFC Title Game.

    Boo-hoo.

    Isn’t it hilarious how everyone says no one cares about the Seahawks, and yet, every Harvin post has over a hundred comments?

    Smells like fear to me.

  120. senoreno says: Jul 31, 2013 12:51 AM

    Gave up a 1st, 7th and mid rounder in ’14 +$14mil this year for someone less reliable then a 100k mile yugo..great move

    Who would’ve thunk it? Everyone.

  121. chawk12thman says: Jul 31, 2013 12:56 AM

    I don’t get many of the so called NFL Fans on this site…….When AD, RGIII or any other player has been hurt, I have felt a real sense of loss for the overall quality of the game and competition. The comments and the votes given the hater’s seems out of place.

    I hope that all players on all teams don’t get hurt and if already injured, they heal and get back on the field soon. Not realistic, but that is my desire. I won’t relish another teams’ injury misfortune. I relish my teams victory over other teams at full strength. I would not be happy with Kap getting hurt and I hope that Crabtree gets back soon. I wasn’t happy with RGIII getting hurt and then more so during our playoff game.

    Just had to say something about the poor attitude of many of the readers and commentators here on PFT.

  122. eleventy4 says: Jul 31, 2013 2:13 AM

    “opening the door for the Rams and Cardinals to close the gap a bit.”

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAdnslkfbsdljkvnknc,z

  123. wgray981 says: Jul 31, 2013 2:19 AM

    Wow…all these bad injuries are occurring for teams I either dislike or am indifferent to…but I still hate to see injured players!

  124. goldrush94 says: Jul 31, 2013 3:07 AM

    While Harvin and Crabtree’s injuries are big for SEA and SF, those teams have enough talent to keep the Rams, and especially the Cards at bay. No pun intended.

  125. iejdaniel says: Jul 31, 2013 5:09 AM

    northbynw27 says:
    Jul 30, 2013 8:26 PM
    Cue the classless, self-rightous fans from all over the NFL coming out of the woodwork and especially MN. The 12th Man has and would never celebrate an injury.

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    “has and would never”?

    Well, which is it?

  126. jwcarlson says: Jul 31, 2013 8:08 AM

    ss3walkman says:
    Jul 30, 2013 8:58 PM
    Seattle was fine before Harvin, they’ll be fine without him

    osiris33 says: Jul 30, 2013 8:29 PM

    A) Golden Tate just got paid, and B) I guess the Seahawks just have to win games averaging 34 PPG without Harvin like they did the last 8 weeks of last season. Bummer.

    ————————————–

    The issue isn’t that Percy Harvin isn’t going to play much (or at all) in 2013-14. It’s that the Seahawks forfeited their first round pick this year (in a draft regarded as pretty deep) and a fourth round pick next year.

    Great teams do no forfeit the future for the sake of the present unless you’re at the end of a QBs career and feel like just one piece will make it happen.

    So a 2013 1st and 7th rounder + a 2014 4th rounder for a guy they “really didn’t need anyway”. So how bad do you think they might need the 25th overall pick from 2013 in say 2015 or 2016?

    You cannot tell me that a 1st, 4th, and 7th was a good price to rent Harvin for (possibly) 4-5 games this year. They could have went out and overspent for him in 2014 if they really wanted him that bad. Horrible decision.

  127. ejmat2 says: Jul 31, 2013 8:55 AM

    49erstim says:
    Jul 30, 2013 8:57 PM
    I actually believe this is bad news. I wanted Harvin ready to go week 2. I wanted Seattle at full strength. Now these loudmouth fans have an out after they lose. Sad day indeed.
    —————————————-
    They have no “out”. It seems everyone of them have the same statement saying, “…they were fine before him and they will still be fine…”

    Every team has injuries. That’s the way it is. The teams that do well with the injuries are the teams that usually shine. They did well last year so losing harvin shouldn’t make much of a difference. But I do agree with your “loud mouth” assessment of their fans.

  128. scdocal says: Jul 31, 2013 9:10 AM

    Money and draft picks well spent.

  129. yizudien says: Jul 31, 2013 9:13 AM

    I love the comments about we wont need him, we did this last year etc etc.

    The league changes so much year to year due to free agency, and teams investing at alarming rates looking for a 1 to 2 year burst at a super bowl.

    Tape is out there people will figure out the QB, and you cant tell me that Seattle would not have benefited from a solid 1st round pick somewhere on that team? Even if it was spent trying to get talent that would develop over a couple years into a starter.

    Harvin is known to be injury prone, and now he has something serious that requires surgery. This is only gonna get worse for this guy. In minnesota he had the benefit of defenses going against one of the best running backs of all time. He made a great addition to that threat, but now he is going to a passing offense. It will be interesting to see how much of the contract he actually gets. Not trying to hate on seattle but I doubt if Harvin makes half the contract.

  130. beastmode5150 says: Jul 31, 2013 9:20 AM

    Hey Vikings fans, get back to us when the guys you drafted with the hawks picks do anything.

  131. rex1979 says: Jul 31, 2013 9:22 AM

    Brilliant trade by the Hawks

  132. jg12866 says: Jul 31, 2013 9:31 AM

    As a life-long Vikings fan i was sorry to see Harvin leave. I’m just glad he got paid before he got hurt.

  133. dmiller68 says: Jul 31, 2013 9:45 AM

    Well for the Seahawk fans that went and made comments on your 49ers injury that sucks. Keep in mind that the few crazy in the head Seahawks fans don’t make up the majority. We love our Seahawks since 1976 and yes we have not won the big one. We all hope that day is coming and I do feel we have a talented team with or without this injury. The Seahawks looked great it training camp when I went and saw them on Sunday. As for the 49ers fans that are bashing us because a few fans bashed your injury, what happen to showing some class? Say what you will about Seahawks fans you’re not really making yourselves look any better at this point. Oh and one more thing just because we the fans are looking forward to our twice a year rematch I will assure you the Seahawks only focus on the game at hand. So I’m sure we will be ready for Carolina just like you are focused on Green Bay.

  134. filthymcnasty1 says: Jul 31, 2013 9:50 AM

    Sometimes bad things happen to bad people.

  135. sethandfalon says: Jul 31, 2013 11:27 AM

    packerbackernj says:
    Jul 30, 2013 8:31 PM
    8-8 at best. this team is tanking, and tanking fast. Injuries are piling up, roids are running dry. Stick a fork in them, this hawk is cooked.
    ———————————-
    Oh goodness, nice try Packers fan. In case you missed it, Percy Harvin wasn’t there when this was the #1 offense in DVOA. And with the surge they ended, they could be even better this year with the added experience and time for chemistry. In other words, a team that is trending up with young players and lost no starters is probably not setup to regress. On the other side of the ball people are overlooking the impact that Antoine Winfield will have as well as the additions on the DL for the pass rush. Top 2 reasons we lost against Atlanta, no pass rush and poor coverage in the nickel defense. That will have a profound impact in the passing game and the running game since Winfield is the best run defending DB in the NFL.

  136. eacuna05 says: Jul 31, 2013 12:39 PM

    @beastmode5150 says:
    Jul 30, 2013 8:49 PM
    Hawk haters, remember, we beat the NFC Super Bowl rep 42-13 without harvin…

    ===========================================

    And where did that get you again? The wildcard round? Without the Fail Mary, the hawks wouldn’t have even been in the playoffs, so keep bragging about all the small-time accomplishments you had, cuz next year SEA is not winning on the road, not winning their 10 am games, and will struggle with most teams due to the target on their back.

    SF has already gone 1 season as the targeted team, and came out fine and made a deep playoff run.

    SEA has yet to experience that challenge.

  137. ejmat2 says: Jul 31, 2013 1:10 PM

    beastmode5150 says:
    Jul 31, 2013 9:20 AM
    Hey Vikings fans, get back to us when the guys you drafted with the hawks picks do anything.
    ————————————–
    Funny coming from a Seahawk fan that gloat because of all the Vikings have defected to them. Yet not a one of them has done a thing after leaving the Vikings. However, the ONE Seahawk that defected to the Vikings contributed pretty darm well. Hutchinson anyone???? I’d say the Hutchinson panned out better than all the Viking defects combined. Care to challenge that?

  138. ejmat2 says: Jul 31, 2013 10:32 PM

    wininer says:
    Jul 31, 2013 12:29 AM
    I love all these Cawks fans who think they have any chance in hell of performing like they did end of last season. They will get EVERY teams best effort, have a muuuuch harder sched than last year, are minus their DC…..

    If Harvin wasn’t needed then they’d not have paid what they did to get him.

    GL Seadderall. We will see if you guys can deliver on the over the top expectations, I doubt it but that’s why they play the games.
    —————————————-
    More like redemption for all the Seahawk fans that come on Viking sites and belittle a team that has accomplished much more than the Seahawks ever have.

    I personally don’t want to see any player injured. I enjoyed Harvin as a Viking. However, the Seahawk fans (a lot of them) make it very difficult for others to like them. You all gloated every time a Viking defected to the Seahawks calling the Vikings a farm team and the Seahawks the true professional team. The funny thing is not a one of the defected Vikings did anything for the Seahawks. Yet Hutch contributed a hell of a lot more than those combined. I am truly sorry of Harvin’s misfortune. However, if it weren’t for the Seahawk fans consistently coming on Viking threads to belittle the team, then none of this would be happening from the Viking fans. Just reality.

  139. seahawksteven777 says: Aug 1, 2013 1:46 AM

    That’s funny. 49ers fans want to talk about how it sucks Seahawk fans now have an excuse if we lose in week 2. Oh, just like how the 49ers fans use the excuse of traveling across the country and Smith being out?

    Don’t be a hypocrite please.

  140. lagg1 says: Aug 1, 2013 5:44 AM

    Losing Harvin will hurt Seattle but it is not as bad as you may think. They still have good receivers. They lost what could have been. Losing Crabtree hurts SF more. Getting Boldin helps them but he is not a breakthrough over the top of the defense guy. They need Jenkins or Manningham to step up now.

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