When Percy Harvin is healthy, he's one of the most electric receivers in the NFL.
The problem for Seattle is that he was only able to play in one regular-season game and one playoff game this year. However, the Seahawks were able to overcome this and reach the Super Bowl.
And now it's Denver's problem. There isn't much film on Harvin to figure out exactly how Seattle will plan to use him in Sunday's Super Bowl.
In a sense, it's almost been a blessing in disguise for Seattle, though the fact Harvin has been injured certainly wasn't a good thing. But it's given the Seahawks a cloud of secrecy, with Denver's defense not knowing what to expect.
“We do know that he can line up in multiple positions," Broncos cornerback Quentin Jammer told reporters this week. "He can hurt teams from all of those positions so I think we’ll start to prepare for him on kickoff and punt return because that’s usually the first place he makes his mark, is on kickoff."
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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun.
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