“I’m feeling great,” Harvin said following Thursday’s practice. “I didn’t have any setbacks. These practices have been very good. I’m really confident about this game.”
Pay per head services saw that this season, Harvin, who on August 1 had major hip surgery to repair a torn labrum, played in only one game. On November 17, he returned for the game against his former Minnesota Vikings teammates, and played 19 snaps.
But price per head sportsbooks were concerned when they found out that after the game Harvin suffered a setback with stiffness and swelling in his hip. He was not able to practice again until last week.
“I know it has been frustrating for a lot of people,” Harvin said. “My hat’s off to this organization for staying patient with me. I’m ready to make it all pay off.”
Pete Carroll, Seahawks coach, said that in the game, Harvin will have no limitations.
“It’s been a long, long haul for a guy that’s such a great competitor. We’ve been so close so many times to taking this step. We just waited it out as long as we could,” Carroll said. “The couple weeks we gained [with the first-round bye last week] made a difference. Percy stuck to it and never backed off the process of the rehab. We’re anxious to add him to the mix.”
On Saturday, the WR is planning to return kickoffs besides playing receiver, and pay per head services can’t wait to see how the player will perform.
“This is a fantastic group led by No. 3 [quarterback Russell Wilson],” Harvin said. “I’m just looking to fit in any way I can.
“The foundation is set. I’m just looking to jump on the bus and enjoy the ride.”
Harvin was asked if he has any worries about having another setback.
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“It goes through my mind,” he said. “But I’m just gonna cut it loose. I made all the cuts in practice that I possibly could do in the game. I felt no limitations, and no swelling came back. I’m gonna go out there and give it all I have.”