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11 Percy Harvin WR

Seattle Seahawks

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Percy Harvin leads the rushing
by Chris Cwik |

Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin found a way to make an impact Week 2 against the Chargers.

Harvin was not much of a factor in the passing game. He received just one target, catching the pass for 5 yards. He was a huge threat in the running game, however. On his first carry of the game, Harvin broke out for a 51 yard score. Though Harvin stepped out of bounds during the play, it was still ruled a touchdown. Harvin's second rushing attempt came with the team attempting a game-winning drive. He was stuffed for a 6 yard loss.

Harvin finished with two rushes for 45 yards. That led the club. He'll look to do more in the passing game Week 3 against the Broncos. 

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Percy Harvin makes a big impact Thursday
by Chris Cwik |

Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin made a big impact Thursday against the Packers.

Despite seeing limited time in the offense last season, Harvin didn’t seem to miss a beat Week 1. He was the preferred target of quarterback Russell Wilson, leading the team with seven receptions for 59 yards. He was also a threat in the run game, carrying the ball four times for 41 yards. Harvin was also used on kick returns during the game.

With Harvin healthy, Seattle was able to diversify the playbook even more. Harvin was used on a number of read-option and play action-type plays in order to create mismatches in the Packers secondary. While these didn’t lead to any big time plays from Harvin Week 1, it seems like they’ll be a staple of the team’s offense as long as Harvin is healthy.

Harvin will take on the Chargers Week 2.

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Percy Harvin looking to start the year on the right foot
by Chris Cwik |

Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin is looking at a strong matchup Week 1 against the Packers.

A quiet preseason was a good preseason for Harvin. After missing nearly all of last season due to a hip injury, Harvin was able to play in all but the final game of the preseason. He missed the fourth game due to a personal issue, and not because of an injury. Harvin caught seven balls for 92 yards in August.

The Packers didn’t boast a strong pass defense last season. The team allowed opposing wide receivers to average 22.94 Fantasy points per game. That wasn’t one of the worst rates in the league, but it was below-average. The team attempted to address this during the offseason, taking Ha Ha Clinton-Dix in the first round. Despite that, there’s no guarantee the team will perform better in the defensive backfield.

Despite the fact that Harvin is a five-year veteran, there are questions about how he’ll be used with the Seahawks. While Harvin was able to play during the club’s playoff run, it was unclear whether he was actually fully healthy last year. Harvin has shown the ability to be a game-changing wide receiver, so it’s assumed the Seahawks will find ways to get arguably their best playmaker the ball. The club has been been incredibly run-heavy over the past few seasons, but a healthy Harvin could make them more balanced. 

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Personal issue keeps Percy Harvin sidelined Thursday
by Marty Gitlin |

Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin did not travel with the team to Oakland for the preseason finale. He was out for what was described as a personal matter that also prevented him from participating in the final two practices of the week.

Harvin has performed well in the preseason despite coming off offseason hip surgery. A hip problem limited him to just one regular season game a year ago.

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Percy Harvin: I'm as healthy as I've been since high school
by Marty Gitlin |

Seahawks veteran wide receiver Percy Harvin considers himself as healthy as he's been since his high school days in Virginia Beach, the Tacoma News-Tribune has reported.

"All the injuries I've had, a couple extra (months) to heal up from everything last year ... everything that I had with my hip, it controlled a lot - the hamstring, the knee problems," he said. "My legs are feeling how they are supposed to feel. Very fluid. Very smooth. ... It's all good."

Harvin played in just one game with one catch in his first season with Seattle in 2013.

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2009Minnesota Vikings1586079013.251612342
2010Minnesota Vikings14137186812.253514241
2011Minnesota Vikings16148796711.152614245
2012Minnesota Vikings986267710.94538136
2013Seattle Seahawks1011717.0170001
2014Seattle Seahawks228648.0330103
2009Minnesota Vikings158151359.035028
2010Minnesota Vikings1413181075.917107
2011Minnesota Vikings1614523456.6392515
2012Minnesota Vikings9822964.420116
2013Seattle Seahawks1000---0000
2014Seattle Seahawks2268614.351113
Kick Returns
2009Minnesota Vikings1542115627.510125
2010Minnesota Vikings144093323.39513
2011Minnesota Vikings161652032.510413
2012Minnesota Vikings91657435.910514
2013Seattle Seahawks115858.05801
2014Seattle Seahawks2612821.33100
Defensive Stats
YearTeamGTotalTklAstSacksIntYdsAvgLgTDPass Def
2009Minnesota Vikings1511.000000.0000
2010Minnesota Vikings1422.000000.0000
2011Minnesota Vikings1622.000000.0000
2012Minnesota Vikings911.000000.0000
2013Seattle Seahawks100.000000.0000
2014Seattle Seahawks200.000000.0000
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2009Minnesota Vikings1510000000
2010Minnesota Vikings1411000000
2011Minnesota Vikings1622000000
2012Minnesota Vikings921020020
2013Seattle Seahawks100000000
2014Seattle Seahawks221010010
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