At this point, the Seahawks can't put too much faith in receiver Percy Harvin.
Harvin has played parts of two games all season. He played one in the regular season, then his comeback for the playoffs didn't even last until halftime of Seattle's first playoff game, as he was knocked out with a concussion.
However, all signs are positive for Harvin to at least be available for the Super Bowl against Denver.
Harvin was listed as a full participant in Wednesday's practice coming off that concussion. Considering that Harvin still has another week-and-a-half to get better, it would seem that he'll play if there are no setbacks before Feb. 2. Even if he can play, it probably would be foolish for the Seahawks to count on him playing a majority of the snaps. He hasn't been able to do that yet this season.
The Seahawks did fine without Harvin so far in the playoffs, winning their first two to advance to the Super Bowl. But if Harvin can give them even a few big plays in a situational role, it surely couldn't hurt.
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