It’s been almost three months since Seattle Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin had hip surgery, Seattle and now he says he feels like he’s ready to play. However, YouWager bettors still have to wait to see him play a game as the 25 year-old players is going to take it day by day after getting back on the practice field yesterday.
The Seahawks’ next game is Monday night versus the St. Louis Rams. According to Harvin there are no issues with his hip now.
Seattle coach Pete Carroll stated the team will continue to be cautious with Harvin’s return. The Seahawks have three weeks to make a decision about bringing him off the physically unable to perform list.
Harvin, who was acquired in a trade with the Minnesota Vikings in March before signing a five-year, $67 million deal, said he knew in late July that he couldn’t get through the NFL season without having the surgery.
Even while missing most of training camp with his new team, Harvin and his online sports betting fans believe he knows the offense well, having played under Seattle’s offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell’s system when Bevell was with the Vikings.
The Virginia native hasn’t played in an NFL game since Nov. 4 last season when he injured his ankle in a game at Seattle. Harvin was asked about his frustration level after missing so much time.
“I can’t describe it,” he said. “I have a lot of things built up in me that I’m ready to unleash on the field. I’m going to take my time with it, but when it’s time to explode, I will.”