Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin only caught one pass in Seattle's 41-20 win over Minnesota.
However, it was one that could show how dangerous he'll be once he's back at full speed.
Harvin reached out with one hand tipped the ball to himself, brought it into his body and fell on his side to complete the catch. It went for 17 yards.
The Seahawks didn't need to use Harvin much as the offense was once again performing at a high level. Seattle has a bye next week, which will give Harvin one more week before his playing time is expected to rise.
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