Pete Carroll: “We don’t know” about Harvin’s chances of returning
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Aug 16, 2013
The Seattle Seahawks hope to have wide receiver Percy Harvin back on the field this season, but head coach Pete Carroll said on Friday that there is no timetable for his return from hip surgery. At the time of Harvin’s surgery, the Seahawks were reportedly planning to place Harvin on the PUP list at the start of the regular season. Doing that would allow for an earlier return than placing him on injured reserve with the designation to return, although, as Carroll said, at this point we don’t know if a Harvin return is anything more than a pipe dream. We just know that the surgeon who did the work, the specialist, was thrilled with the way that he came back during the days right after the surgery," Carroll said. “We just know that the surgeon that did the work was thrilled with the way he came back the days right after the surgery, and his ability to get range of motion and things were way ahead of schedule, so that’s a great sign,” Carroll said, via John Boyle of the Everett Herald. We won’t know, it’s going to take a good month before we can figure if he’s even going to have a chance to come roaring back out of it, but it looks like all of the signs are very good.
Seahawks have no timetable for Percy Harvin’s return from hip surgery
The Seattle Seahawks hope to have wide receiver Percy Harvin back on the field this season, but head coach Pete Carroll said on Friday that there is no timetable for his return from hip surgery. Carroll did say that the surgeon who operated on Harvin wa…