Percy Harvin returns to practice, tweets 'it's go time'
Percy Harvin says that it's "go time" and that he'll see everyone in "2 weeks."
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.
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