• Sources: Harvin likely to return in Week 11

    Summary of 38 articles · Updated Nov 16, 2013
    • Five things to watch

      Here is our weekly day-before-the-game five things to watch: 1, HARVIN’S DEBUT: Seattle fans have been waiting eagerly since March to see Percy Harvin on the field, and it appears they’ll finally get their chance --- and it comes against Harvin’s former…
    • Mid-morning links: Harvin, Ponder feel ready to play

      Catching up on a few links this morning. … — Remember that the Seahawks will have to make at least one roster move later today to activate Russell Okung and may make another for Brandon Browner depending on what decision is made; — Here is our notebook …
    • Access Vikings: Percy talks about facing former team

      Percy Harvin says he's not sure how much he'll be able to play on Sunday against the Vikings.
    • Seattle injury report: Harvin listed as probable

      Seattle's official injury report for the Minnesota game lists just one player as out --- cornerback Brandon Browner --- and only one as questionable --- defensive tackle Tony McDaniel. Everybody else is listed as probable or will play, which includes WR…
    • Double Coverage: Vikings at Seahawks

      . SEATTLE -- The Seattle Seahawks have amassed a 9-1 record despite playing with a patchwork offensive line and a receiving corps that lost one starter in Sidney Rice and never had its key offseason acquisition in Percy Harvin. That's about to change. T…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Vikings players face off against Percy Harvin

      Vikings players Jared Allen, Brian Robison and Adrian Peterson talk about playing against former teammate Percy Harvin.
    • Seahawks’ draft class of ’13 earns incomplete

      Percy Harvin’s return will more clearly define Seattle’s draft, which gave up so much to get him from Minnesota. But so far the returns are mixed.
    • Seahawks Thursday injury report: Harvin a full participant

      Receiver Percy Harvin was listed as a full participant at Seattle’s practice today, the most definitive indication yet that he will play Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. Harvin, who had hip surgery Aug. 1., had been listed as a limited participant …
    • Five Questions, Five Answers: Seattle Seahawks

      A regular feature on here is our Five Questions, Five Answers look at the upcoming opponent. I took part in a similar Q-and-A for the Minneapolis Star-Tribune this week and figured I would post it here, as well. Q1: What impact, if any, do you think Per…
    • Vikings' Patterson ready to start, but hold those Harvin comparisons

      The Vikings rookie receiver, who could start vs. Seattle, is tired of the Harvin comparisons.
    • Seahawks injury report: Harvin limited, Sherman does not participate

      Prior to Wednesday’s practice, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said that receiver Percy Harvin would take part — above is a picture of Harvin stretching in warmups (in a John Lok photo). Afterward, the team listed Harvin as having limited participation in p…
    • Harvin practices, Sherman doesn't

      RENTON, Wash. -- Seattle Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin was listed as limited participation in practice Wednesday. Coach Pete Carroll said earlier in the day that Harvin was ready to go, but his status for playing on Sunday remains uncertain. “He’s read…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Carroll press conference notes: Harvin "feels 100 percent'' but still unsure if he plays Sunday

      Here are a few quick hitters from Pete Carroll's weekly Wednesday press conference today. Below is some video of Carroll in which he hits on many of the key personnel issues surrounding the team this week: --- Percy Harvin is indeed practicing today (th…
    • Sanford fully expects to see Harvin against the Vikings

      The Seahawks likely don’t believe they need receiver Percy Harvin to beat the Vikings in Seattle on Sunday. Harvin likely believe he needs to face his former team. Former teamate Jamarca Sanford fully expects to see Harvin. “No doubt in my mind,” Sanfor…
    • Sherman a deserving No. 1 for Edwards

      RENTON, Wash. -- Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman is the best of the best according to former NFL coach Herm Edwards in an Insider piece . “I love his length and his competitive demeanor. He's a very confident player, and he does a great job playing i…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Harvin activated from physically unable to perform

      The Seahawks took a step toward improving an offense that was doing a little better than just getting by. The team announced they had activated wide receiver Percy Harvin from the physically unable to perform list. Coach Pete Carroll said last week Harv…
  • Vikings injury report: Jennings probable

    EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Greg Jennings, who was limited in practice on Thursday and Friday because of a strained Achilles tendon, is probable to play on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks. "He's pretty sore and just b…
    Source: ESPN.com
  • Morning links: Examining the 2013 Draft class

    Better late than never, here are a few quick mid-morning links. ... --- Here's my story for the Friday paper looking at Seattle's 2013 draft class and the idea that its success or failure largely revolves around Percy Harvin; --- SI.com examines Harvin'…

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