Carroll added that Harvin should practice on Thursday, despite the procedure and recent cortisone injection he had.
This further suggests that Harvin will not only miss Week 14’s game against the 49ers, but could also be shutdown for the rest of the regular season. Seattle is clearly taking this one day at a time, so we should have a better idea of when he will be back by the end of the week.
- According to Rapoport, holding Harvin out until the playoffs is “a real option.“
- Rapoport adds that the team will make a decision on Tuesday and veteran CB Antoine Winfield could be signed tomorrow.
At this point in time, it appears as though Harvin is unlikely to suit up against the 49ers in Week 14. We’ll have more regarding Harvin’s status in the coming days.
- Ian Rapoport reports that Harvin views himself as out for Monday’s game.
This marks the second time Harvin has suffered a setback following his early season hip surgery.
According to Garafolo, Harvin’s issues could stem from his decision to come back early from his hip injury, but he reportedly intends to play through the pain.
Reports from Sunday indicated that Harvin was unlikely to play against the Saints on Monday night and that still appears to be the case. It’s worth noting that he has yet to be officially ruled out, but that could be coming soon.