Receiver Percy Harvin was a full participant in practice for the second-straight day Thursday. So how does he feel?
“I feel good,” he said. “It was good to get back out there with my guys. I don’t think anybody is not feeling good going up to the most prized possession in our profession — the Super Bowl. Everybody is feeling good. We had a good first couple days of practice. We’re looking forward to competing.”
Harvin added the year has been a rollercoaster, but also a “blessing.”
“I wouldn’t take anything back that’s happened this year,” he said. “It’s made me a stronger person. Like I said, it’s definitely been frustrating for a lot of people, not only myself, but for my teammates. (Doug Baldwin), some of the guys who play my position, coming in and out, not knowing whether I’m going to be at practice, it was definitely frustrating. But like said, it’s over with now and we get a chance to play for the Super Bowl, so it’s all in the past.”
Harvin said he’s not motivated specifically by wanting to pay the Seahawks back for the money they invested in him, saying he’s just focused more on helping the team.
And would a big impact in the Super Bowl save the season?
“I’m not trying to save any season,” Harvin answered. “Like I said, I’m trying to go out there and win a Super Bowl. I’ve not trying to save or be a hero or doing anything. I’m going out there to prepare to play a game the way I know how to play it.”