Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin has been out the entire regular season thus far due to a hip injury. Harvin tweeted earlier today saying that he is back and ready for some football.
It’s highly unlikely that the speed demon wideout will be ready to play against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday at CenturyLink but it’s still encouraging to see such a dynamic playmaker getting ready to contribute to the Seahawks team that just suffered their first loss of the season to the Indianapolis Colts.
Harvin was traded to the Seahawks by the Minnesota Vikings for a first round pick in last years NFL Draft. The Seahawks then selected running back Christine Michael with their first pick in the second round.
Before being injured last season with the Vikings, Harvin was considered a serious candidate for league MVP even though it’s an award that typically goes to a QB.
Once Harvin does make his return; do you think he’ll make it the rest of the season without another setback?
12th man im back and ready….countdown begins
— Percy Harvin (@Percy_Harvin) October 7, 2013
Carroll said WR Percy Harvin will return to town this week. Started running in NY last week. Will know more when he gets out here…
— Liz Mathews 710 ESPN (@Liz_Mathews) October 7, 2013