Pete Carroll hints Percy Harvin may be headed to injured reserve
Summary of 3 articles · Updated Dec 24, 2013
In the one piece of news to emerge from Pete Carroll’s press conference today, the Seahawks coach said there is a chance the team may soon put Percy Harvin on Injured Reserve. On Tuesday, though, coach Pete Carroll hinted that Harvin may not be back on the field until 2014. Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin won’t practice this week, which means he won’t play in Week 17 against the Rams. That’s no surprise. Carroll said, via the team’s website, “that may happen” when he was asked whether the team would need to make a roster move involving Harvin. Carroll said Monday that the Seahawks would take a long-term approach to dealing with Harvin, whom the team acquired in March for three draft picks, including a 2013 first-rounder, and signed to a six-year contract that could be worth as much as $67 million, with $25.5 million guaranteed. Carroll said LT Russell Okung participated in the team’s walk-through this morning, another indication he should be just fine for Sunday. The Seahawks will need to create room on the 53-man active roster for cornerback Walter Thurmond, who returns this week after missing the past four games due to an suspension for violating the NFL’s substance-abuse policy.
In the one piece of news to emerge from Pete Carroll’s press conference today, the Seahawks coach said there is a chance the team may soon put Percy Harvin on Injured Reserve. Asked specifically that it seemed he had hinted the previous day that a roste…