Contradicting doomsday reports, Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin isn’t expected to miss any regular season games

Percy Harvin will be ready to fly for the Seahawks.

Somewhat shockingly, SI’s Peter King expects Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin to play against the Panthers on September 8 in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Seattle head coach Pete Carroll revealed last week that the 25-year-old Harvin may need to undergo the knife to fix a tear in his hip labrum.

Rather than missing numerous games this autumn, the “usually conservative Seahawks doctors” are confident the 2009 Offensive Rookie of the Year isn’t badly injured.

Acquired from the Minnesota Vikings in March, Harvin is slated to visit another hip specialist tomorrow.

Along with dynamic playmakers Sidney Rice, Golden Tate and Marshawn Lynch, the former Gator is another weapon for Russell Wilson to target.

Fond of reefer, brittle and often cunty, Harvin is an explosive threat on multiple fronts when content and ready to perform.

With their newest star still able to fly, the Seahawks will feature one of the league’s most explosive offenses.

Led by a stifling defense, “Big Balls Pete” and Seattle have a legitimate opportunity to overtake the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC West.

By apparently avoiding invasive surgery, Percy Harvin and “Seahawks doctors” made the “Rain City” a sunnier metropolitan area today.

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