(1090 The Fan) — Percy Harvin has returned to the practice field, according to the Seattle Seahawks.
Harvin, who has yet to play a game for Seattle since coming over in a trade from the Minnesota Vikings this past offseason, underwent hip surgery early in training camp. An initial report suggested the wide receiver wouldn’t see the field for up to 12 weeks.
There is no official word on whether Harvin will be active for Monday night’s game in St. Louis.
Harvin was originally the 22nd overall draft choice by the Minnesota Vikings in the 2009 NFL Draft, playing in 54 games with 43 starts with 280 receptions for 3,302 yards and 20 touchdowns. He also has rushed 107 times for 683 yards with four touchdowns and returned 114 kickoffs for 3,183 yards, with a Vikings franchise-record five kickoff return touchdowns, including a 105-yard return at Detroit (9/30/12).
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