A February trip to the swamps of Jersey may be ‘just around the corner’ for Percy Harvin and the Seattle Seahawks


Percy Harvin will soon be smiling in the “Rain City.”

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Monday he’s “encouraged” by Percy Harvin‘s progress and the wide receiver’s return is “just around the corner.”

The 25-year-old Harvin underwent the knife to fix a tear in his hip labrum on August 1 and was placed on the reserve/PUP list later that month.

Acquired from the Minnesota Vikings in March, Harvin is ahead of schedule and should start practicing following Week 7.

The 2009 Offensive Rookie of the Year was expected to immediately complement dynamic playmakers Russell Wilson, Sidney Rice, Golden Tate and Marshawn Lynch on the gridiron.

An elite athlete with great versatility, Harvin is an explosive threat on multiple fronts when content and ready to perform.

However, Harvin’s also brittle, fond of reefer and often cunty.

Fortunately for Seahawks fans, Carroll will surely find a way to relate to Harvin and motivate the former Gator.

Plus, Harvin is bound to enjoy working alongside Wilson.

Meanwhile, despite lacking their newest weapon, the Seahawks are 5-1 and fielding the NFL’s ninth most potent attack.

Backed by the league’s third preeminent defense, Seattle is a powerhouse that has eclipsed the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC West.

Harvin will likely debut as a Seahawk on November 10 against the Falcons in Atlanta.

With roughly two months to shed rust before the playoffs commence, a February trip to the swamps of Jersey may be “just around the corner” for Percy Harvin and the Seattle Seahawks.

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