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Percy Harvin out this week for the Seahawks

Post by Todd Dybas / The News Tribune on Oct. 26, 2013 at 1:16 pm with 8 Comments »
October 26, 2013 1:20 pm

Head coach Pete Carroll said wide receiver Percy Harvin will not play this week against St. Louis. LB Bobby Wagner and WR Golden Tate are expected to play Monday night.

Carroll said Harvin looked fine during the week, but needs to get his conditioning right.

Safety Jeron Johnson is also out because of a hamstring strain.

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  1. Bummer in some ways, because it would’ve been a cool story on an otherwise non-descript Monday night game. But long term I think this is the right move for Percy and the team.

  2. thursday says:

    Oh poop, I just got done hedging a bet that he would play. OH well lol. Hopefully next week as I’ll be at that game. :3

  3. DreadHawks says:

    Good move Coach!

  4. Consistent with what they have done bringing other guys back – The right move for the player and the team!!

  5. Wow, shocker. . . Not.

  6. raymaines says:

    Not that anyone disagrees, but only to make my view clear: When the hip is ready – totally, perfectly, ready I say throw him in the game. It’s all about the hip. Game conditioning, timing and all that sort of thing will take care of itself.

    I think there are still two more weeks before he has to go either on the active roster or IR. No real need to rush.

  7. GeorgiaRay says:

    Agreed Ray, I’d think that a bit of game speed action, in what I hope will be ample garbage time, would be useful to his working back to full speed.

  8. banosser says:

    A full week of practice at full speed with no restrictions and no concerns.. then PS will unleash Harvin.. I’m not sure he’ll even play against TB

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