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Carrolll Says Harvin Should Be Good To Go For Super Bowl XLVIII

Divisional Playoffs - New Orleans Saints v Seattle Seahawks

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll confirmed during his press conference on Monday that wide receiver Percy Harvin “should be fine” for the Super Bowl in two weeks according to John Boyle of the Everett Herald.

Harvin suffered a concussion in the Seahawks win over the Saints in the Divisional Round and was ruled out of the game against the 49ers as he had not been able to pass the NFL concussion protocol.

Harvin is likely to return kicks and play in all three-receiver sets against the Broncos, also working in some two-wide packages opposite Golden Tate.

Harvin has been missing most of the season due to injury but there was no doubt the entire offense seemed to be functioning at a higher level in that game against the Saints as long as he was able to stay on the field. He could be the underdog Seahawks’ only chance to keep up against the high-powered Broncos offense.


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