Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll ruled out wide receiver Percy Harvin from making his season debut this Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Carroll told SiriusXM NFL Radio Thursday that the injured wide receiver is not ready.
"Percy won't play this week," he said. "He's getting close, but not close enough."
Harvin must be activated by Week 11 against the Minnesota Vikings or else he will not be eligible to play this season. He was placed on the physically unable to perform list with a torn labrum in his hip at the beginning of the season and returned to practice following the Seahawks' Oct. 17 game against the Arizona Cardinals.
He has been considered day-today since then.
Seattle's need for Harvin to return increased after it lost wide receiver Sidney Rice for the season because of a torn ACL. He was placed on injured reserve Wednesday.