Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin is expected to play in the Super Bowl in two weeks, according to a report from FOX Sports.
Harvin only played in one regular season game this season after dealing with an offseason hip injury. He was able to play in Seattle's divisional round game against the Saints but suffered a concussion in the contest.
He was unable to suit up for Sunday's win over the 49ers.
But maybe the third time will be the charm for Harvin. Expected to add an explosive element to Seattle's offense this year, the Seahawks have managed quite fine without him.
Perhaps, the Seahawks reap the benefits of trading for Harvin in the NFL's most prized game.
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