Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin has traveled back to New York to continue rehabbing an injured hip that required surgery this past summer.
The extent of the rehab is uncertain and coach Pete Carroll was vague with reporters about Harvin's status.
“He’s back in New York rehabbing and we’re making sure that we really do everything just right," Carroll said, via the Seattle Times. "He was very positive about how he’s coming back. We want to make sure we do a great job and support it in every way. We’ve made a couple of choices to send him back and he’s doing great. Don’t know that that means in terms of a time line.”
Early in the season, Harvin tweeted for fans to get look forward to Week 7, which is the earliest Harvin will be able to come back to game action since he's on the PUP list.
Other than that tweet, any sort of timetable has been kept under wraps around Seattle's headquarters.
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