Though Percy Harvin made his Seahawks debut in Week 11, catching one pass for 17 yards, the team announced Saturday he was doubtful heading into Monday night’s game vs. the Saints.
Coach Pete Carroll said lingering soreness had kept Harvin from practicing all week during the bye and that it simply wasn’t worth it to the team to push Harvin at this point.
And now reportedly (and predictably), Harvin won’t play Monday, according to NFL.com. In another twist, Foxsports.com reports that Harvin had to get a cortisone shot into his hip this past weekend.
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