The Seahawks had an unexpected wrench thrown into their plans for 2013 in August, when receiver Percy Harvin unexpectedly needed hip surgery.
He landed on the physically unable to perform list, and he has yet to return to practice.
This week, as Jay Glazer of FOX has reported, Harvin will.
One he returns to practice, the Seahawks have three weeks to add him to the active roster or shut him down for the season. He can be added to the 53-man roster even if he’s not ready to play.
We’ve heard that, once he’s ready to play, the Seahawks will use him. He’s regarded as a game-changer for a team that already has won six of seven games, it’s best start in franchise history.
Chances are he at minimum has circled November 17, when the Vikings come to town.