Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin hasn’t practiced since undergoing an MRI on his hip. Head coach Pete Carroll claims he’ll be back on the field soon.
“We feel confident that the surgery went very well,” Carroll said via ProFootballTalk.com. “He’s working diligently to get it done, we just have to do it right because we want him to finish the season with us and not have this be an issue.”
Carroll said that Harvin had a “really good workout” on Wednesday, but he’s still considered day to day.
The Seahwaks want to make sure Harvin is ready before they have him play.
“When we really feel secure and solid and he feels great then we’ll bust him out.”