Percy Harvin WR SEA 3 Days6 Comments
Harvin had a quiet game as a receiver Sunday, catching just one pass for five yards, but he did score on a 51-yard rush.
Harvin was fortunate to have scored on his long touchdown run, as replays showed that he stepped out of bounds about 25 yards away from the end zone. Replay officials did not review the score for some reason, however, so the play stood. As far as the passing game does, not only did Harvin catch just one pass, but he was targeted just once. Expect the explosive play-maker to be more productive at home next week against Denver.
Percy Harvin WR SEA 13 Days15 Comments
Harvin had 59 yards on seven receptions and 41 yards on four carries in Thursday's season opener against the Packers.
While most of the receiving yards came on one 33-yard gain, Harvin still did well to haul in all seven of his targets. He was also a menace to the Green Bay defense on jet sweeps, which could very well become a staple of the Seattle offense. Though Harvin didn't sniff the end zone, and only had one big play, his first performance was encouraging for fantasy owners, as the Seahawks are clearly determined to get the ball to their multi-faceted threat. Harvin also handled kickoffs, as expected, but he managed just 60 yards on three returns. While the team's punt-return job may be up for grabs after Earl Thomas fumbled, Harvin probably won't be a candidate for those duties.
Percy Harvin WR SEA 16 Days7 Comments
Harvin returned to practice Sunday after missing the last two days of practice last week and the exhibition finale against the Raiders, the Seattle Times reports.
Harvin was out for "personal reasons." He was a full go in practice, though, so apparently there's nothing to be concerned about.
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Harvin (personal) did not practice Wednesday, ESPN reports.
Harvin was allowed the day off to attend to personal business. It's unclear if he'll re-join the Seahawks for Thursday's preseason finale. Nonetheless fantasy owners can look forward to Harvin entering the season with a clean bill of health. He projects as Seattle's most dangerous receiver this season.
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Harvin caught four passes for 31 yards on five targets in Friday's preseason game against the Chargers.
Harvin erased any questions about his health following a minor incident in practice last week. He still carries some added injury risk, but there isn't much competition for targets in Seattle's run-heavy offense, and the talented wideout recently said that he has "reached some gears that [he] didn't know he had," NFL.com reports. In addition to his activity in the passing game, Harvin will likely get a few carries this season, and he's expected to return kickoffs.
Percy Harvin WR SEA 1 Month
Although Harvin appeared to injure his ankle/foot Tuesday, coach Pete Carroll said Harvin is "fine" and merely had his foot stepped on, Everett Herald writer John Boyle reports.
Assuming Carroll's on the mark with his diagnosis, Harvin shouldn't sit out long at all, with any absence likely just precautionary in the first place. Still, it'd be nice to see a player with Harvin's injury history make it through training camp without accumulating nicks and bruises.
Percy Harvin WR SEA 2 Months
Percy Harvin is penciled in as the Seahawks kickoff returner.
Harvin won't be a volume receiver in the Seahawks' run-first scheme and committee-style passing attack. So unleashing his unique running skills as a returner (28.1 yards, five touchdowns on 115 career kickoff returns) makes plenty of sense for Pete Carroll. The problem for fantasy owners in standard leagues is that Harvin will be exposing his fragile body to hits on plays we won't even be getting points for.
Percy Harvin WR SEA 3 Months4 Comments
Percy Harvin won't participate in three straight days of practices during training camp.
Percy Harvin WR SEA 4 Months
Speaking after Tuesday's OTAs session, Percy Harvin said "this is probably the best I've felt since before college."
Harvin walked a fine line of health his first three years in the league before combining to miss 22 games the past two seasons. Banged up throughout the Seahawks' postseason run, Harvin played only 29 snaps in Super Bowl 48. Harvin is perhaps the league's most lethal player with the ball in his hands, but it's possible the injuries are beginning to take a toll. Harvin turns 26 on Wednesday.
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Percy Harvin played 29 snaps in Sunday's Super Bowl 48 win.