Percy Harvin may finally be a factor for the Seahawks.
After missing 15 of Seattle's 16 regular season games in 2013, Harvin appears to be ready to play in the Seahawks' divisional round playoff game on Jan. 11.
Harvin only appeared in one game this year after dealing with hip surgery prior to the season started.
According to an ESPN report, Harvin avoided being placed on injured reserve after a workout he put in earlier this week.
The Seahawks' offense has been efficient all year, scoring 26.1 points per game. Adding Harvin back for the postseason would be a huge gain for them.
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