Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin has had an injury-riddled year.
During training camp, he had surgery to repair a torn labrum in his hip. He was limited to one regular-season game against the Minnesota Vikings.
Then, he suffered a concussion in the divisional round against the New Orleans Saints.
Now, he's hoping to make it through the Super Bowl against the Denver Broncos without incident and make an impact on the game.
Signed to a six-year, $67 million contract during the offseason from the Vikings and acquired via a trade for first-round, third-round and seventh-round draft selections, this season hasn't gone Harvin's way.
“I definitely think I can be a factor in this game,” Harvin told reporters during Super Bowl Media Day.. “The concussion was an unfortunate situation that I wish hadn’t happened, but I’m ready to play football.”
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