On Sunday, while the Seahawks were busy securing a bye and homefield advantage throughout the playoffs, it looked like Percy Harvin might be ruled out for the duration of the season. That took a quick turn on Monday, with signs pointing to a Harvin return in the postseason.
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said on Monday that Harvin will practice this week and "has a chance" to play for Seattle going forward.
"He would do anything to play," Carroll said. "He's at a place where he has a chance."
Harvin had a little message himself, tweeting that it's "go time" and he'll see everyone "in 2 weeks."
12's see u in 2 weeks ... It's go time once again— Percy Harvin (@Percy_Harvin) December 31, 2013
He also added a little motivational message to all the "haters" out there who questioned Harvin's ability to get back on the field.
And to all the haters who tried to kick when I was down ... Can't express how much fuel u added to my fire ....— Percy Harvin (@Percy_Harvin) December 31, 2013
Harvin's absence hasn't hurt the Seahawks, per se, and it's possible -- and maybe even likely -- that he won't get back on the field for Seattle during the postseason. He's recorded just one reception, for 17 yards, and a single return, for 58 yards, during Week 11's matchup against the Vikings.