The Seahawks are still optimistic about the return of Percy Harvin from hip surgery, in a general sense.
But as it pertains to this week, it’s still too soon.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Saturday that Harvin would not play Monday night against the Rams, and his status is still day-to-day.
While he’s back to practice, Carroll still wants his team’s big-ticket acquisition to prove himself completely recovered before putting him out there. They’ve gotten along pretty well without him, though it’s obvious they could use the explosiveness he could provide to their offense.