Seahawks’ Harvin (hip) returns to practice

RENTON, Wash. – The Seattle Seahawks do not should submit their typical damage stories this week since they've a primary-spherical bye in the playoffs, but broad receiver Percy Harvin did follow on Thursday, as anticipated.

It was the first time Harvin has been again on the field since he made his season debut against his former Minnesota Vikings teammates on Nov. 17.

Harvin had hip surgery on Aug. 1 to restore a torn labrum. He aggravated the hip in the Minnesota game and has not performed since, however hopes to go on Jan. 11 in Seattle's playoff sport.

"Percy's accomplished a tremendous job of holding his head up and focusing on what he can control," Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson said. "We would like him at 100 percent. If he is, man, he is one thing else.

"He could make a whole lot of performs for us and do quite a lot of special things. He's like a racehorse on the market once you see him run. He is carried out every part he can do to keep his legs ready to go and his lungs able to go."

Wilson mentioned the Seahawks used most of Thursday's apply to go first-team offense in opposition to first-group protection.

"That was one of the best practices we have had," Wilson mentioned. "It was virtually like a recreation. Even [free security] Earl Thomas was speaking trash on the market. It was enjoyable to go towards those guys."

Wilson stated Harvin's presence at observe was seen.

"It just adds another element to our recreation," Wilson said. "He's one of the dynamic players within the National Football League. To get him out there, you'll be able to really feel his impact and sense his capacity. He has an amazing knack for the sport and he is very physical. I am really comfortable for him and I hope he can play."

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