Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll has ‘no idea’ when Percy Harvin will return

Harvin can fly as a Seahawk during the playoffs.

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Monday he has “no idea” when wide receiver Percy Harvin will practice again.

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.

Harvin, who was acquired from the Minnesota Vikings in March, was activated in November and recorded one catch for 17 yards.

Unfortunately, Harvin’s joint flared-up shortly thereafter and required a cortisone injection.

The 2009 Offensive Rookie of the Year was obtained 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.

Despite lacking their newest weapon and losing Rice to injury, the Seahawks are 12-3 and fielding the NFL’s eighth deadliest attack.

Also backed by the league’s second preeminent defense, Seattle’s a powerhouse that has eclipsed the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC West.

With or without the former Gator, the Seahawks will finish 2013 as the top seed in the NFC.

Hence, there is no reason for Harvin to lineup Sunday when Seattle hosts the Rams.

However, Percy Harvin will return for the Divisional Round and help the Seahawks enjoy a smoother flight to the swamps of Jersey this February.

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