After undergoing the knife to fix a tear in his hip labrum on August 1, Seattle formally placed the 25-year-old Harvin on the reserve/PUP list nearly a month ago.
“He’s back in New York rehabbing and we’re making sure that we really do everything just right,” said Carroll, 62, who earned the 2003 Home Depot National Coach of the Year award at USC and is 60-54 leading three NFL organizations. “He was very positive about how he’s coming back. We want to make sure we do a great job and support it in every way. We’ve made a couple of choices to send him back and he’s doing great. Don’t know that that means in terms of a time line.”
Acquired from the Minnesota Vikings in March, Harvin likely won’t premier as a Seahawk until Thanksgiving at soonest.
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, Seattle is 3-0 and features the NFL’s fourth most potent attack.
Backed by the league’s preeminent defense, the Seahawks are a powerhouse ready to overtake the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC West.
Regardless, the Seahawks are an elite squad that will persevere and especially “do everything just right” whenever Percy Harvin debuts in the “Rain City.”by