The Seahawks found out in the Super Bowl that Percy Harvin can make a big impact in a small amount of time.
So they’re going to keep him on that schedule.
According to Todd Dybas of the Tacoma News Tribune, the Seahawks are going to continue to monitor Harvin’s workload into training camp.
Specifically, coach Pete Carroll said they were being careful not to push him three days in a row, and would make similar arrangements when training camp opens late next month.
Easing him back in after hip surgery is a smart way to handle a big investment.
Harvin possesses the kind of quick-strike ability (like his 87-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the Super Bowl), and the Seahawks need to make sure he’s well for the regular season.