So there you go you above with some photographic proof that receiver Percy Harvin did indeed practice for the Seahawks today as the team hit the field again after a two-day break.
In fact, practice is still ongoing as I type this. The first 5-10 minutes or so were open to photographers, a time when the team does some light conditioning work, and Harvin was out there going through the same paces as the rest of the team. The photo above is by Times photographer John Lok.
Since Seattle is not playing this week it does not have to release a daily injury/participation report, so there will be no official designation today of Harvin’s status. And Harvin is not expected to be available to the media this week.
Also, keep in mind that coach Pete Carroll said numerous times on Monday that the team will have to see how Harvin makes it through practices before determining if he can play in the playoffs, and/or how much.
But if nothing else, Harvin has indeed taken the first step back by getting on the practice field.
Harvin has not played in a game since Nov. 17 against Minnesota and has not practiced to any real degree since then.