Percy Harvin still hasn’t managed to make it through a full game healthy in his first season as a Seattle Seahawk, but he thinks the Super Bowl will be that game.
Harvin said at Super Bowl Media Day that despite playing in just one regular-season game and suffering a concussion in his only playoff game, he expects to play a big role in the Super Bowl.
“I definitely think I can be a factor in this game,” Harvin said. “The concussion was an unfortunate situation that I wish hadn’t happened, but I’m ready to play football.”
The Seahawks traded first-, third- and seventh-round draft picks to the Vikings to acquire Harvin in March, and they signed him to a six-year, $67 million contract, and now they’ve made it to the Super Bowl without needing him to be a factor at all. But it’s not too late for Harvin to make a difference in his first season with the Seahawks. He just needs to make some big plays in the Super Bowl.