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11 Percy Harvin WR
Height/Weight: 5-11/184 | Birthdate: 5/28/1988 | Birthplace: Chesapeake, VA, USA | Team: Seattle | College: Florida | NFL Experience: 6 | Owned/Started%: 100/92 | Average Draft Position: 61.52
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Percy Harvin leads the Seahawks...in rushing


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(9/14/2014) Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin found a way to make an impact Week 2 against the Chargers.

Harvin was not much of a factor in the passing game. He received just one target, catching the pass for 5 yards. He was a huge threat in the running game, however. On his first carry of the game, Harvin broke out for a 51 yard score. Though Harvin stepped out of bounds during the play, it was still ruled a touchdown. Harvin's second rushing attempt came with the team attempting a game-winning drive. He was stuffed for a 6 yard loss.

Harvin finished with two rushes for 45 yards. That led the club. He'll look to do more in the passing game Week 3 against the Broncos. 


Percy Harvin makes a big impact Thursday


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(9/5/2014) Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin made a big impact Thursday against the Packers.

Despite seeing limited time in the offense last season, Harvin didn’t seem to miss a beat Week 1. He was the preferred target of quarterback Russell Wilson, leading the team with seven receptions for 59 yards. He was also a threat in the run game, carrying the ball four times for 41 yards. Harvin was also used on kick returns during the game.

With Harvin healthy, Seattle was able to diversify the playbook even more. Harvin was used on a number of read-option and play action-type plays in order to create mismatches in the Packers secondary. While these didn’t lead to any big time plays from Harvin Week 1, it seems like they’ll be a staple of the team’s offense as long as Harvin is healthy.

Harvin will take on the Chargers Week 2.


Percy Harvin looking to start the year on the right foot


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(9/2/2014) Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin is looking at a strong matchup Week 1 against the Packers.

A quiet preseason was a good preseason for Harvin. After missing nearly all of last season due to a hip injury, Harvin was able to play in all but the final game of the preseason. He missed the fourth game due to a personal issue, and not because of an injury. Harvin caught seven balls for 92 yards in August.

The Packers didn’t boast a strong pass defense last season. The team allowed opposing wide receivers to average 22.94 Fantasy points per game. That wasn’t one of the worst rates in the league, but it was below-average. The team attempted to address this during the offseason, taking Ha Ha Clinton-Dix in the first round. Despite that, there’s no guarantee the team will perform better in the defensive backfield.

Despite the fact that Harvin is a five-year veteran, there are questions about how he’ll be used with the Seahawks. While Harvin was able to play during the club’s playoff run, it was unclear whether he was actually fully healthy last year. Harvin has shown the ability to be a game-changing wide receiver, so it’s assumed the Seahawks will find ways to get arguably their best playmaker the ball. The club has been been incredibly run-heavy over the past few seasons, but a healthy Harvin could make them more balanced. 


Personal issue keeps Percy Harvin sidelined Thursday


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(8/29/2014) Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin did not travel with the team to Oakland for the preseason finale. He was out for what was described as a personal matter that also prevented him from participating in the final two practices of the week.

Harvin has performed well in the preseason despite coming off offseason hip surgery. A hip problem limited him to just one regular season game a year ago.


Percy Harvin: I'm as healthy as I've been since high school


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(8/21/2014) Seahawks veteran wide receiver Percy Harvin considers himself as healthy as he's been since his high school days in Virginia Beach, the Tacoma News-Tribune has reported.

"All the injuries I've had, a couple extra (months) to heal up from everything last year ... everything that I had with my hip, it controlled a lot - the hamstring, the knee problems," he said. "My legs are feeling how they are supposed to feel. Very fluid. Very smooth. ... It's all good."

Harvin played in just one game with one catch in his first season with Seattle in 2013.


Percy Harvin gets fair share of work in second preseason game


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(8/15/2014) After playing in only one snap in last week, Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin made his presence felt with the starters Friday night against the Chargers.

Harvin was heavily targeted and caught passes for 8, 11 and 5 yards on the opening series. He finished with three catches for 24 yards in the first quarter. He added one more grab in the second quarter and finished the game with four catches for 31 yards and five targets, averaging 7.8 yards per reception.

Percy Harvin: 'It's going to be a good year for me'


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(8/14/2014) Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin, who missed most of the 2013 season recovering from hip surgery, has been a standout in training camp this year, according to the team's official website.

"I was supposed to be sitting out every other practice," Harvin said. "But I’ve been going every day. Like I said, I’m feeling very good. I’m explosive. I’m coming out of my breaks with no problem at all. My body is feeling tremendously good. I’ve actually reached some gears that I didn’t know I had.

"I’m feeling very, very fast right now. I’m feeling very confident and I’m ready to go. It’s going to be a good year for me."

Quarterback Russell Wilson is also pleased to see Harvin getting the reps he needs to be ready for the season.

"To have Percy for an entire training camp has really helped a lot," Wilson said. “"Our connection, as you saw (Wednesday), he made a lot of plays, was doing a lot of great things. To have Percy out there with his explosiveness, his tough mentality is great. We love him as a teammate."


Percy Harvin limps off, then returns to practice


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(8/12/2014) Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin limped off the practice field Tuesday, but returned a short time later after getting looked at by trainers.

Russell Wilson talks up chemistry with Percy Harvin


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(7/15/2014) Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin made one regular-season catch in 2013 as he missed most of the year with a hip injury. Quarterback Russell Wilson told NFL Network the duo is building chemistry quickly.

"We've connected so much, and he's so fired up," Wilson said. "He looks so good."


Kickoff returns still in Percy Harvin's future


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(7/14/2014) Seahawks fans have waited a long time to see Percy Harvin in a regular role in the offense, but it might not happen quite to the level they might have wanted. Harvin is "slated" to return kickoffs for the Seahawks this season according to the Seattle Times, meaning that his role might not be as full-blown offensively because he'll be working on the play before first downs as a return man. 

Harvin has a career 28.2-yard kick-return average and delivered a sweet kick-return for a touchdown in Super Bowl XLVIII last February. 


Percy Harvin 'wasn't settled' after Super Bowl win


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(7/8/2014) Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin said he still feels like he has something to prove, reports a FOX TV affiliate in Seattle.

Despite helping the Seahawks win the Super Bowl last season, Harvin missed most of the year with a hip injury.

"A lot of people were asking me, did that kind of make the season for me? And it did, but not at all," said Harvin. "After the Super Bowl, it was good that I reached one of my dreams and, you know, I got to the pinnacle of football, but I just wasn't settled last year. When I got home I took about 2 or 3 weeks off and I was right back to work."


Percy Harvin to get breaks during training camp


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(6/25/2014) Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin missed 15 games last season recovering from hip surgery. The team wants him on the field for the regular season, so Harvin won't be working on three consecutive days during training camp, reports The News Tribune.

Coach Pete Carroll followed that plan in minicamp and the same will hold true for training camp, the paper said.


Wilson: Percy Harvin looks great


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(6/3/2014) Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is pleased to have receiver Percy Harvin on the field without any injury issues, reports ESPN.

Harvin missed most of the 2013 season with a hip injury. He was limited to one catch for 17 yards during the regular season.

"It's great having Percy being out here finally healthy," Wilson said. "He feels great and looks great. He catching the ball extremely well."


Percy Harvin feels as good as he has since college


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(5/28/2014) Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin, limited to one 17-yard catch in the 2013 regular season, said he feels as good as he has since college, reports the Seattle Times. The hip injury that derailed his debut season in Seattle is no longer a factor, he said.

“It’s a true blessing," Harvin said of his health. "I’m just happy to be out here. Happy to be healthy right now."

Harvin looked like a difference-making receiver at OTAs, sliding to make several catches, the paper said.


Carroll counting on Percy Harvin


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(3/31/2014) The Seahawks got minimal production from receiver Percy Harvin in his first year in Seattle in 2013 because of a hip injury. But coach Pete Carroll said this season could be big for Harvin.

"He's a great player," Carroll said in an interview with CBSSports.com at the NFL owners meeting. "He has been a great player before we touched him. He's only done that when we've had him. We’re really excited about what he brings. He's a dynamic, aggressive, tough, competitive kid. We have a great background with him. (Offensive coordinator) Darrell Bevell was with him before (in Minnesota) and knows him well. We haven't even got our toe in the water with him. It's like getting a prized rookie, but he's way beyond that."

Harvin had just one catch for 17 yards in the regular season last year. He's expected to be the No. 1 receiver for the Seahawks with Golden Tate and Sidney Rice gone.


Carroll: Percy Harvin is an 'every down player'


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(2/7/2014) Seahawks coach Pete Carroll told SiriusXM NFL Radio Friday that he "doesn't buy" Percy Harvin as just a slot player, calling him a do-it-all-player. "I want him to be an every down player, there's no reason he shouldnt be. The reason people have restricted him, I don't understand. ... I'm looking forward to expanding his role."

Harvin was a key contributor on special teams in Super Bowl XLVIII, scoring a touchdown to open the second half. But he barely played at all during the regular season because of preseason hip surgery.

The oft-injured but explosive receiver averaged 61.1 receiving yards and 12.6 rushing yards per game before 2013, totaling 24 touchdowns in 54 games. 


Keep an eye on the Seahawks receiving corps


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(2/4/2014) There could be a lot of change at receiver for the Seahawks this offseason.

Golden Tate, who led the team with 898 receiving yards and tied for the team lead with five touchdown catches, is scheduled to be a free agent. While the team might want to keep him, they'll be strapped at the position considering the $11 million they'll owe Percy Harvin for 2014. USA Today chronicled the Seahawks cap situation and noted the team has shown no sign of cutting Harvin after his injury-plagued season. 

Doug Baldwin is a restricted free agent who won't cost a lot of money -- for now. Assuming the Seahawks keep him on a one-year tender offer he'll be due for a new contract again next offseason. Baldwin had 778 yards and five touchdowns last year. 

One way to save some money is to let veteran receiver Sidney Rice loose. He's due $8.5 million next season and carries a $9.7 salary cap number. The Seahawks would open up some money for other players by letting the injury prone receiver go. 


Percy Harvin relieved to finally contribute


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(2/3/2014) Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin, a dynamic force in the Super Bowl win, said he was relieved to finally make an impact. "It's just a big horse off my back," Harvin said. "I finally was able to give my team something for four quarters."

Playing 29 snaps, Harvin ran twice for 45 yards, caught a 5-yard pass and devastated the Broncos with an 87-yard kickoff return for a touchdown coming out of halftime.

"It means everything to me," said Harvin, who was limited to 37 snaps prior to the Super Bowl due to hip problems and a concussion. "This team, the way they stood behind me, the way they backed me up all year, it means a lot to me."


Seahawks show they have 'one of the best defenses ever'


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(2/2/2014) After the Seahawks dismantled Denver's high-powered offense, defensive end Michael Bennett summed up the performance: "Our defense is one of the best defenses ever," he said. "No offense can play with us."

The Seahawks DST opened the game with a safety when an errant snap went out of the end zone. The unit did not allow a first down in the first quarter. It forced four turnovers and scored twice -- on linebacker Malcolm Smith's 69-yard interception return and Percy Harvin's 87-yard kickoff return.

Seattle held Denver to 1.9 yards per carry and rattled Peyton Manning into his worst performance of the season. Smith, safety Kam Chancellor and middle linebacker Bobby Wagner shared the team lead with 10 tackles, and defensive end Chris Clemons registered the game's only sack.


Percy Harvin puts nail in Broncos' coffin


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(2/2/2014) Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin returned the second-half kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown, giving Seattle a 29-0 lead and crushing the Broncos' hopes in the Super Bowl. Harvin also carried twice for 45 yards, including a 30-yard end-around on Seattle's opening drive.

Harvin was targeted twice in the passing game, making a 5-yard catch. Harvin rolled up 137 total yards after producing 75 total yards in the regular season.


Percy Harvin, Doug Baldwin ready to roll


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(2/2/2014) Seahawks receivers Percy Harvin (concussion) and Doug Baldwin (hip) are active as expected for the Super Bowl. Seattle expects a full workload from Harvin, who's been limited to 37 snaps this season.

Percy Harvin prepares to go full-tilt in Super Bowl


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(2/1/2014) Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin will not allow a hip injury and concussion that has cost him all but two games this season, including the playoffs, to make him gun-shy in the Super Bowl on Sunday.

"The doctors, the coaches have told me I am full-go, to be ready," he told the Denver Post. "Can I take a full hit? That's a good question. I think I can. We are going to have to wait and see. I only know one speed. I only play this game one way and that is physical. I'm not worried."

The Seahawks traded for Harvin last March and invested $67 million in him.


Percy Harvin: It's been a weird, frustrating year


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(1/30/2014) Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin said it's been a "weird" and "frustrating" season, according to NFL.com.

Harvin played just 40 snaps with the team due to offseason hip surgery. He returned for the playoffs, but left early with a concussion. He's expected to take part in the Super Bowl. Harvin admitted the season has been tough. "I had a tough time, and it weared on me a little bit, but like I told the others, my teammates have been A-plus-plus-plus," Harvin said. "This whole organization has been top of the line." Harvin said he was "just another playmaker" in Seattle's offense this Sunday. He stressed that the whole receiving core will have to play a role in order for the team to win.


Percy Harvin a great unknown to Denver defense


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(1/30/2014) Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin represents an unknown for the Broncos defense as they prepare for the Super Bowl. The former Vikings standout played just 38 snaps for Seattle this season due to preseason hip surgery and postseason concussion.

Denver cornerback Quentin Jammer is in a secondary that will be doing a bit of guessing when it comes to the challenge that Harvin will provide, though the latter did play against the Broncos in 2011 and managed eight catches for a career-high 156 yards and two touchdowns.

"We don't really have a lot of film on him," Jammer told Pro Football Talk. "We do know that he can line up in multiple positions. He can hurt teams from all of those positions so I think we'll start to prepare for him on kickoff and punt returns because that's usually the first place he makes his mark. ... As a receiver, he's just an explosive guy."

A concussion prevented Harvin from playing in the NFC title game defeat of San Francisco.


Percy Harvin not viewing Super Bowl as chance for redemption


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(1/29/2014) Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin, who's yet to finish a game this season, said he's not approaching the Super Bowl as a chance for redemption. “I’m just looking at it as an opportunity," he said, per the Seattle Times.

"It’s a blessing to be able to play in the Super Bowl, a game that I’ve dreamed of playing in since I was a little kid. After all I’ve been through, to be able to know I’ve reached that goal, right here, right now, it’s amazing.”

Harvin missed most of the regular season following hip surgery, then was knocked out of the playoff win over New Orleans with a concussion. He feels as good now as he has all season.

“I’m so excited to play football, be healthy and feel the way I’m feeling right now,” Harvin said.