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Seahawks expect Percy Harvin to be ready in two weeks


The Seahawks have gotten to the Super Bowl almost entirely without Percy Harvin.

But they’re hoping that with two weeks off, they might finally get something out of the investment this year.

According to Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports, the Seahawks expect Harvin to be ready to face the Broncos, after his division round concussion kept him out of yesterday’s NFC Championship Game.

Harvin caught one pass in the regular season, and three more in the playoffs against the Saints before he had to leave the game twice.

At this stage, anything they get out of him is a bonus, which is remarkable to say about a guy who they gave up three picks and a $67 million contract to acquire.

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34 Responses to “Seahawks expect Percy Harvin to be ready in two weeks”
  1. backdapack4evr says: Jan 20, 2014 12:51 PM

    Me glass should be good for a play or two!!

  2. anicra says: Jan 20, 2014 12:54 PM

    Number 1 vs Number1 (playoff seats, O vs D) could not be better.

  3. thebirdofprey2 says: Jan 20, 2014 12:54 PM

    Percy Harvin was a huge factor in the Saints game in 20 plays. I have said it when the trade happened defensive coordinators will have to account for him when he is on the field because he is a game changer. That has been the case and the same in the Super Bowl.

    Sure him being hurt this year was difficult but Seattle won the number 1 seed meaning that we couldn’t have done better. Most fans who follow this team understand he is 25 years old and this is a long term investment. Can’t wait to see him unleashed in the Super Bowl. Go Hawks!

  4. itsnotforme says: Jan 20, 2014 12:55 PM

    If Harvin is back 100%, and with the Seahawk defense, the Broncos are in big trouble.

  5. offthelows says: Jan 20, 2014 12:57 PM

    Based on what I’ve read, Harvin should have played through his hip issue and gotten the procedure in the off season, but the concussion hit(s) were legit. Before last season and this season, his issues were more about missing practice, not games, so hopefully he’ll be spending a lot more time on the field this point forward.

  6. joenash72 says: Jan 20, 2014 12:58 PM

    Percy Harvin – SuperBowl XLVIII MVP

  7. backdapack4evr says: Jan 20, 2014 12:58 PM

    Mr. Glass = 2 or 3 plays!!

  8. tacasey says: Jan 20, 2014 1:00 PM

    At this point, I don’t care whether he comes back or not. Sherman and the Seattle fans ruined any respect I had for the Seahawks. Go Broncos!

  9. ickky says: Jan 20, 2014 1:05 PM

    I smell a Migraine comming

  10. buffedman says: Jan 20, 2014 1:05 PM

    Ha ha,Harvin made of glass! shoulder, shoulder, concussion, knee, thumb, concussion, ribs,head shot,concussion and ? he should quit playing football, he’s just not cut out for it!

  11. pillowporkers says: Jan 20, 2014 1:08 PM

    Of course he’ll be ready. Every fellow Vikings fan I’ve talked to, we’ve all joked this whole past week that of course Percy would play in the Super Bowl. Percy Harvin getting a ring would be just as shameful as the rest of that classless fanbase, coaching staff, and team. Russel Wilson deserves better than that.

  12. rbirving says: Jan 20, 2014 1:11 PM

    He’s a china doll, won’t make it threw the first half. Thanks for the draft picks. Cordarell looks like the real deal.

  13. FlashPatterson says: Jan 20, 2014 1:16 PM

    Good offense always beats good defense.

  14. purpleguy says: Jan 20, 2014 1:16 PM

    Once again, he’s a headcase and injury-prone due to his reckless play, but man, when he’s healthy, he’s awesome. Nonetheless, he deserves a SB ring about as much as Thunder the Broncos mascot does.

  15. joetoronto says: Jan 20, 2014 1:17 PM

    He’s always “going to be ready”, it’s just that he never is.

  16. logicalcomment says: Jan 20, 2014 1:20 PM

    BREAKING: P. Harvin out with concussion after 1st catch in super bowl

  17. mediasloppy says: Jan 20, 2014 1:23 PM

    The thought of Percy getting a Super Bowl ring is about as unsettling as watching McKinney get one.

  18. frank booth says: Jan 20, 2014 1:23 PM

    Please, no more Percy Harvin updates. This is like that running gag on the old Saturday Night Live when they would say that “Generalissimo Francisco Franco is still dead.”

    This has to be near the 30th or 40th time that we have received an update on Percy Harvin, who has been a complete non-factor this season. It’s ridiculous. It’s not even news. You may as well be writing a story on when he picks his nose or scratches his ass. At least it would be more interesting.

  19. tacasey says: Jan 20, 2014 1:24 PM

    Good offense does not beat a good defense. There have been four previous Super Bowls where the top defense and played against the top offense, with the defense winning three out of four.

  20. kingkershaw says: Jan 20, 2014 1:30 PM

    I live in Colorado and am a Charger fan, but I’ve got Seattle to take it all. It’s going to break down into smaller matches. Denver hasn’t met a team that could match up with all of their weapons, but they haven’t faced a defense or more specifically a secondary that is deep and talented as the Hawks. Also the only game the Broncos truly got beat on both sides of the ball is to my Chargers at home. The way they beat the Broncos was TIME OF POSSETION. Last time I checked the Seahawks were one of the best teams to run the Foot Ball. Go Hawks!!

  21. oreo51 says: Jan 20, 2014 1:33 PM

    If Harvin helps the Hawks win the Super Bowl he will be worth every penny he was paid this year. I look for him to make at least two game changing plays.

  22. silverbackdk says: Jan 20, 2014 1:49 PM

    Most talked about non-factor in football. Sure he is talented, but his body is obvious note made for contact football….my bet is he will retire within two years having played less than 10 games for the loudhawks…

  23. bleedburgandyandgold says: Jan 20, 2014 2:07 PM

    I don’t think they will complain if he helps them win their first Lombardi trophy by catching a TD or 2 lol

  24. hardkor07mn says: Jan 20, 2014 2:37 PM

    You mean to tell me Mrs. Harvin will play?i wouldn’t get my hopes up sea rat fans. He might get his period and be out a month or 6!

  25. fubar000 says: Jan 20, 2014 2:51 PM

    I hope Seattle wins but man, this dude made his cash flow big and made it to the Superbowl pretty much not playing ALL SEASON. Lol! What a joke. He hasn’t even earned his stripes on the team yet. If the trade was a spades game, Harvin had the upper hand. He trumped the deal and spanked Schneider’s ass! I’m smh b/c Schneider was one of the geniuses that helped build the roster that hepled my Packers win SB45 in Green Bay. “Harvin the hustler” wins on this one. Ridiculous

  26. iluvbears says: Jan 20, 2014 3:51 PM

    Who cares? Percy or no Percy, the Seahawks will lose the game.

  27. nineball26 says: Jan 20, 2014 4:09 PM

    now that the Hawks are past the Dirty Whiners they can play Percy, they spent all day trying to hurt players intead of playing smart and it cost them..

    likehe said, Percy didnt need to play in that game and he will just be ammo in theSuperbowl, Hawks wont need him but he will get to win playing in a Superbowl..

    I dont think the Donks stand a chance but thats just me and watching the officiating of the two title games makes me wonder, are the Donks ready for a game this physical, you think the Hawks were fired up for the NFC game wait till the big dance..

    somehow I picture Manning in a neck brace? good thing his line gets to hold every play, they’re going to need a game net to hold those Seahawks back!

  28. moneey31 says: Jan 20, 2014 4:13 PM

    You guys are haters, when healthy this guy is one of the biggest playmakers in football. He is 25 not 35 he still has many great years in front of him.He had a legit hip injury that kept him out during the season and you can’t stop a concussion from going over the middle. Bottom line, Percy will show up for the Hawks in the biggest game of the season. He will have impact on special teams and stretch the field. I predict him being Superbowl MVP…..

  29. cpswenson says: Jan 20, 2014 4:48 PM

    Watch out. Harvin can be unleashed the D. Howard took down they Giants, back in the heyday. Chucky’s Back.

  30. txnative61 says: Jan 20, 2014 4:52 PM

    In the two games he played, he made a difference. Just how hard is it to step into the starting lineup of one of the league’s best teams with little practice or live playing time for over a year. I don’t look for Manning to be completely shut down. Seattle may need every weapon they can find to keep up, and Harvin might again make a difference—–maybe THE difference.

  31. wyzzrd says: Jan 20, 2014 5:36 PM

    I like seattle and I love harvin, but I will be blunt. The harvin trade is the reason the seahawks will LOSE the super bowl. With the 25th pick, you could’ve taken cordarrelle patterson, a pro bowl player who probably would’ve won ROY with Wilson throwing to him, would’ve saved millions in cap and could’ve signed 2-3 other players in the offseason. That would’ve made the seahawks offense, defense and special teams much better not just in the regular season, but through the post season and super bowl as well. this has already been a huge NEGATIVE factor for you guys and will be against the broncos too. Common sense.

  32. bert1913 says: Jan 20, 2014 6:37 PM

    russell needs to stop putting air under the ball when passing to harvin, more passes to the flat and a few end arounds should do it.

  33. jollyjoker2 says: Jan 20, 2014 6:58 PM

    I wonder if percy will have a headache by the end of the first quarter. Odds are he will be getting PMS within about 10 minutes.

  34. dmg6886 says: Jan 21, 2014 1:33 AM

    People were writing off Manning after the neck injuries. He was 10 years older than Harvin is now and already long in the tooth. Shows what skeptics know. Eastern bias means Seattle won’t get the respect they deserve until they win the big one. Who better to beat than the best QB in the game. On the other hand, if the Broncos prevail, well back to the drawing board for Seattle, and certainly no respect from anyone east of the Rockies.

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