Seahawks WR Percy Harvin practices Wednesday
We are 11 days from the Super Bowl, and practice reports at this point are largely meaningless. Case in point, Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch didn't practice today due to a knee injury. But he is at zero risk of missing the biggest game.
What is notable, however, is that wide receiver Percy Harvin was active at Seahawks practice Wednesday. It was his first practice action since suffering a concussion in the divisional round of the playoffs 11 days ago versus the Saints.
Harvin put in a full practice. This jibes with what Pete Carroll said earlier in the week. After missing all but about 40 snaps this season, it looks like Harvin will indeed be ready for the Super Bowl. Anything he can give the Seahawks' offense will be a bonus.
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