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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 3:32 pm
  • theENGLISHseahawk wrote:Just listened to Carroll's press conference yesterday...

    Am I the only one frankly embarrassed that the local media asked THREE questions on Harvin only, for a grand total of just over a minute's reaction???

    Then moved on to how "exciting" it was to see James Carpenter back and asking how Tarvaris Jackson looked on day one.

    ??????????????????????

    Three vague answers on Harvin and we all move on skipping to the next easy subject.

    Good grief.


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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 3:35 pm
  • peachesenregalia wrote:Journo's here don't want Joe Kinnear calling them a c**t on live telly.


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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 3:35 pm
  • lukerguy wrote:
    AlaskanViking wrote:Vikings fan here. Not looking to "talk smack", only to give my 2 cents on a WR who I have followed very closely for his entire NFL career.

    First off, Percy is a heck of a weapon on offense. Whenever he plays you guys are going to be happy with him. His elusiveness with the ball in his hands is just silly. He is also tough as nails on gamedays, not shying away from contact at all, almost to the point of being reckless (when he was a Viking I used to worry about how long of a career he would have). His ability to run out of the backfield, both inside and outside the tackles, gives him that "gadget factor" where defenses always have to account for him no matter where he is on the field. He is amazing at getting YAC. I read someone on here say that he wasn't a fit on a Ponder-led offense, and that isn't true at all. With QBs like that who are best with short quick passes, Harvin is the perfect WR. It makes more sense to go for high-completion short passes and let Percy rack up YAC. He rarely saw deep passes downfield.

    That being said, you are now getting your first taste of Percy World. He hates to practice. A lot. He also is nicked up a lot with nagging injuries. For as long as he's in the NFL, there will always be drama surrounding Percy Harvin. It's sad, because his attitude didn't really turn so poor until Randy Moss came back for that brief stint with the Vikings. Percy reportedly followed Moss around like a lost puppy and was enamored with him. Moss behaved horribly in his short return to Minnesota (ex: the lunchroom incident where Moss blew up and screamed that he wouldn't feed the team caterer's food to his dog). After Moss was let go, Harvin and then-coach Brad Childress got into a heated altercation, and Percy hurled a weight at Childress (although it didn't hit him).


    In the end, I wouldn't be surprised if Percy ends up being fine medically and this was a way to get out of some practices. You can decide for yourselves how much that does or doesn't bother you. There was a time when those antics made Vikings fans say "Meh, as long as he plays on Sundays..." But over time, the constant off-field drama and prima-donna behavior wore on people and chased him out of Minnesota. It's not often you see teams trade away talented WRs in their prime. Especially since at the time we had a completely bare WR cupboard without Harvin. I don't want to see Percy fail in Seattle, the trade is done now and both teams got what they wanted. Hopefully it works out for both teams.



    Good post. Thank you.

    For the guy who posted below asking "how this can be drama when he has an injury"..Well you just don't understand because you haven't been following Harvin his whole career. What AlaskanViking is saying is, "He may need surgery, but there's a good chance this is just Percy not wanting to practice".



    Here's the thing: Pete and John don't put up with that crap. If he starts being a prima donna, or we don't see him in TC like, ever, then he'll be down the road. You don't treat anyone other than your QB like he's irreplaceable, especially with the talent that we mine from the mid rounds. Hell, Tate can do all of what Harvin can do, if not to the same degree, and Tate high points and fights for the ball better than Harvin does.

    We paid Houshmandzadeh how much to go away and play for someone else ? As soon as it won't slaughter our cap, Harvin will be gone in a heartbeat, and forget about getting a big contract again....just ask Moss, Terrell Owens, etc. So I really don't see Percy holding anyone hostage.
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 3:35 pm
  • lukerguy wrote:
    AlaskanViking wrote:Vikings fan here. Not looking to "talk smack", only to give my 2 cents on a WR who I have followed very closely for his entire NFL career.

    First off, Percy is a heck of a weapon on offense. Whenever he plays you guys are going to be happy with him. His elusiveness with the ball in his hands is just silly. He is also tough as nails on gamedays, not shying away from contact at all, almost to the point of being reckless (when he was a Viking I used to worry about how long of a career he would have). His ability to run out of the backfield, both inside and outside the tackles, gives him that "gadget factor" where defenses always have to account for him no matter where he is on the field. He is amazing at getting YAC. I read someone on here say that he wasn't a fit on a Ponder-led offense, and that isn't true at all. With QBs like that who are best with short quick passes, Harvin is the perfect WR. It makes more sense to go for high-completion short passes and let Percy rack up YAC. He rarely saw deep passes downfield.

    That being said, you are now getting your first taste of Percy World. He hates to practice. A lot. He also is nicked up a lot with nagging injuries. For as long as he's in the NFL, there will always be drama surrounding Percy Harvin. It's sad, because his attitude didn't really turn so poor until Randy Moss came back for that brief stint with the Vikings. Percy reportedly followed Moss around like a lost puppy and was enamored with him. Moss behaved horribly in his short return to Minnesota (ex: the lunchroom incident where Moss blew up and screamed that he wouldn't feed the team caterer's food to his dog). After Moss was let go, Harvin and then-coach Brad Childress got into a heated altercation, and Percy hurled a weight at Childress (although it didn't hit him).


    In the end, I wouldn't be surprised if Percy ends up being fine medically and this was a way to get out of some practices. You can decide for yourselves how much that does or doesn't bother you. There was a time when those antics made Vikings fans say "Meh, as long as he plays on Sundays..." But over time, the constant off-field drama and prima-donna behavior wore on people and chased him out of Minnesota. It's not often you see teams trade away talented WRs in their prime. Especially since at the time we had a completely bare WR cupboard without Harvin. I don't want to see Percy fail in Seattle, the trade is done now and both teams got what they wanted. Hopefully it works out for both teams.



    Good post. Thank you.

    For the guy who posted below asking "how this can be drama when he has an injury"..Well you just don't understand because you haven't been following Harvin his whole career. What AlaskanViking is saying is, "He may need surgery, but there's a good chance this is just Percy not wanting to practice".

    But didn't an mri show a slight tear? How is he to pull that off?
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 3:40 pm
  • lukerguy wrote:
    AlaskanViking wrote:Vikings fan here. Not looking to "talk smack", only to give my 2 cents on a WR who I have followed very closely for his entire NFL career.

    First off, Percy is a heck of a weapon on offense. Whenever he plays you guys are going to be happy with him. His elusiveness with the ball in his hands is just silly. He is also tough as nails on gamedays, not shying away from contact at all, almost to the point of being reckless (when he was a Viking I used to worry about how long of a career he would have). His ability to run out of the backfield, both inside and outside the tackles, gives him that "gadget factor" where defenses always have to account for him no matter where he is on the field. He is amazing at getting YAC. I read someone on here say that he wasn't a fit on a Ponder-led offense, and that isn't true at all. With QBs like that who are best with short quick passes, Harvin is the perfect WR. It makes more sense to go for high-completion short passes and let Percy rack up YAC. He rarely saw deep passes downfield.

    That being said, you are now getting your first taste of Percy World. He hates to practice. A lot. He also is nicked up a lot with nagging injuries. For as long as he's in the NFL, there will always be drama surrounding Percy Harvin. It's sad, because his attitude didn't really turn so poor until Randy Moss came back for that brief stint with the Vikings. Percy reportedly followed Moss around like a lost puppy and was enamored with him. Moss behaved horribly in his short return to Minnesota (ex: the lunchroom incident where Moss blew up and screamed that he wouldn't feed the team caterer's food to his dog). After Moss was let go, Harvin and then-coach Brad Childress got into a heated altercation, and Percy hurled a weight at Childress (although it didn't hit him).


    In the end, I wouldn't be surprised if Percy ends up being fine medically and this was a way to get out of some practices. You can decide for yourselves how much that does or doesn't bother you. There was a time when those antics made Vikings fans say "Meh, as long as he plays on Sundays..." But over time, the constant off-field drama and prima-donna behavior wore on people and chased him out of Minnesota. It's not often you see teams trade away talented WRs in their prime. Especially since at the time we had a completely bare WR cupboard without Harvin. I don't want to see Percy fail in Seattle, the trade is done now and both teams got what they wanted. Hopefully it works out for both teams.


    For the guy who posted below asking "how this can be drama when he has an injury"..Well you just don't understand because you haven't been following Harvin his whole career. What AlaskanViking is saying is, "He may need surgery, but there's a good chance this is just Percy not wanting to practice".


    Yes that is my hunch, although it may turn out this in a legitimate serious freak injury. That's the thing: With Percy you never know if he is really seriously hurt or not, because he hates practices. That's what I meant by constant drama. It's the "boy who cried wolf" effect when it comes to him and injury reports.
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Fri Jul 26, 2013 3:46 pm
  • -The Glove- wrote:
    lukerguy wrote:
    AlaskanViking wrote:Vikings fan here. Not looking to "talk smack", only to give my 2 cents on a WR who I have followed very closely for his entire NFL career.

    First off, Percy is a heck of a weapon on offense. Whenever he plays you guys are going to be happy with him. His elusiveness with the ball in his hands is just silly. He is also tough as nails on gamedays, not shying away from contact at all, almost to the point of being reckless (when he was a Viking I used to worry about how long of a career he would have). His ability to run out of the backfield, both inside and outside the tackles, gives him that "gadget factor" where defenses always have to account for him no matter where he is on the field. He is amazing at getting YAC. I read someone on here say that he wasn't a fit on a Ponder-led offense, and that isn't true at all. With QBs like that who are best with short quick passes, Harvin is the perfect WR. It makes more sense to go for high-completion short passes and let Percy rack up YAC. He rarely saw deep passes downfield.

    That being said, you are now getting your first taste of Percy World. He hates to practice. A lot. He also is nicked up a lot with nagging injuries. For as long as he's in the NFL, there will always be drama surrounding Percy Harvin. It's sad, because his attitude didn't really turn so poor until Randy Moss came back for that brief stint with the Vikings. Percy reportedly followed Moss around like a lost puppy and was enamored with him. Moss behaved horribly in his short return to Minnesota (ex: the lunchroom incident where Moss blew up and screamed that he wouldn't feed the team caterer's food to his dog). After Moss was let go, Harvin and then-coach Brad Childress got into a heated altercation, and Percy hurled a weight at Childress (although it didn't hit him).


    In the end, I wouldn't be surprised if Percy ends up being fine medically and this was a way to get out of some practices. You can decide for yourselves how much that does or doesn't bother you. There was a time when those antics made Vikings fans say "Meh, as long as he plays on Sundays..." But over time, the constant off-field drama and prima-donna behavior wore on people and chased him out of Minnesota. It's not often you see teams trade away talented WRs in their prime. Especially since at the time we had a completely bare WR cupboard without Harvin. I don't want to see Percy fail in Seattle, the trade is done now and both teams got what they wanted. Hopefully it works out for both teams.



    Good post. Thank you.

    For the guy who posted below asking "how this can be drama when he has an injury"..Well you just don't understand because you haven't been following Harvin his whole career. What AlaskanViking is saying is, "He may need surgery, but there's a good chance this is just Percy not wanting to practice".

    But didn't an mri show a slight tear? How is he to pull that off?


    I'm not saying that he's completely faking being hurt somehow, but the fact that he's delaying practice for at least 5 days against the recommendation of the team doctors (and my experience of following him as a Vikings fan) makes me suspicious...

    "Team doctors and the Seahawks recommended Harvin doesn’t get surgery, and practice while getting treatment."
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 3:54 pm
  • Thanks for the info, AKViking,

    I hope you're right.
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 4:04 pm
  • Why put him on the PUP instead of simply holding him out?
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 4:05 pm
  • theENGLISHseahawk wrote:
    peachesenregalia wrote:Journo's here don't want Joe Kinnear calling them a c**t on live telly.


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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 4:14 pm
  • theENGLISHseahawk wrote:
    peachesenregalia wrote:Journo's here don't want Joe Kinnear calling them a c**t on live telly.


    It should be seen as a badge of honour.


    I understand your view, but here in Merica, the only reporters who ask tough questions are Bob Costas and Jerry Grey, and they really are c**ts. (and midgets) Local reporters don't have to ask tough questions, because La Canfora and Schefter will just make up two opposite answers to all the tough questions that went unasked.
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 4:18 pm
  • Apparently Pete said today that if Harvin has surgery, his season is over.

    "If you have hip surgery, it's a lot longer than the season," Seahawks coach Pete Carroll told USA TODAY Sports on Friday. "Hip surgery, he's not going to play for the season."


    http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nf ... e/2591055/

    Call me crazy but this article is almost starting to sound like its is going to be a showdown between the Seahawks and their doctors and Harvin and his doctors. Yikes. Could Pete be using IR as a threat to make Percy think long and hard about getting a surgery for something he could play through?
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 4:20 pm
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 4:21 pm
  • bestfightstory wrote:I don't want him getting hit by Browner and Chancellor anyway.

    This is the good bad thing that happens in order to keep the really bad thing from happening.



    Great Point.

    .......Perhaps Percy has elected not to get hit by Browner and Chancellor, as well.....?



    Hmmmmm....
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 4:34 pm
  • brimsalabim wrote:Why put him on the PUP instead of simply holding him out?


    You can take someone off the preseason PUP list at anytime. You can't put them on PUP once training camp starts.
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 4:36 pm
  • Missing_Clink wrote:Apparently Pete said today that if Harvin has surgery, his season is over.

    "If you have hip surgery, it's a lot longer than the season," Seahawks coach Pete Carroll told USA TODAY Sports on Friday. "Hip surgery, he's not going to play for the season."


    http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nf ... e/2591055/

    Call me crazy but this article is almost starting to sound like its is going to be a showdown between the Seahawks and their doctors and Harvin and his doctors. Yikes. Could Pete be using IR as a threat to make Percy think long and hard about getting a surgery for something he could play through?


    From that same article:

    "A lot of guys just take what they hear from the outside and build their own perspective," said Rice, who considers Harvin one of his best friends.

    "But he's a real good guy. Everybody likes him around here. He's a guy that comes to work every day, on and off the field, does the extra work in the weight room, the film study. Everybody's going to form their own opinion, and when the light's shining on you, they're always going to find something bad to say."
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 4:38 pm
  • I would also point to Doug Baldwin's presser from today in which he said he had to learn to take a break in the offseason. He said he tried to push himself too hard to compete and that lead to him physically peaking early in the season and inviting injury.

    I might have been skeptical if we were talking migraines. But a torn labrum is something that is difficult to fake and isn't an excuse that one would use to skip out on a few practices.
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Fri Jul 26, 2013 5:13 pm
  • SDHawk wrote:I would also point to Doug Baldwin's presser from today in which he said he had to learn to take a break in the offseason. He said he tried to push himself too hard to compete and that lead to him physically peaking early in the season and inviting injury.

    I might have been skeptical if we were talking migraines. But a torn labrum is something that is difficult to fake and isn't an excuse that one would use to skip out on a few practices.


    Well especially when the team itself said it was torn on the mri. So you cant really fake a tear.
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 5:22 pm
  • Day 1 and Harvin already injured. Nice start to the 2013 season. The concerning part is the injury is to his leg. For a WR that relies on his speed and quickness, that's not good. Christine Michael get ready, you're the next up for kickoff returns (that were there's a big hole now). Not too worried about the WR corps since most of them were here last year and they were ok.
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 5:24 pm
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    SDHawk wrote:I would also point to Doug Baldwin's presser from today in which he said he had to learn to take a break in the offseason. He said he tried to push himself too hard to compete and that lead to him physically peaking early in the season and inviting injury.

    I might have been skeptical if we were talking migraines. But a torn labrum is something that is difficult to fake and isn't an excuse that one would use to skip out on a few practices.


    Well especially when the team itself said it was torn on the mri. So you cant really fake a tear.


    Right, my comment was directed at the Vikings fan that came over to stir the pot by suggesting that this was all ploy by Harvin to get out of practices. I don't buy that crap for a second.

    I am certain the FO did their homework. They vetted Harvin with Pete, Bevell, Rice, etc etc.

    To me, it's clear that this is one of those "freak" injuries and suggestions that this is somehow a consequence of Percy's attitude towards practice is just ridiculous. No one is saying anything negative about Harvin, on the contrary, there have been no shortage of reports that Harvin is a workout warrior and is excited to be with the Hawks.
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 5:25 pm
  • hawkfan68 wrote:Day 1 and Harvin already injured. Nice start to the 2013 season. The concerning part is the injury is to his leg. For a WR that relies on his speed and quickness, that's not good. Christine Michael get ready, you're the next up for kickoff returns (that were there's a big hole now). Not too worried about the WR corps since most of them were here last year and they were ok.


    Not to mention the emergence of both Stephen Williams and Phil Bates as camp stars, per Burger's reports.
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Fri Jul 26, 2013 5:26 pm
  • I don't even want to think of the guy who is next in line as a punt retuned. He's dynamic and can get the job done, but there would be a good chance he gets hurt as well. WTIII
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 5:28 pm
  • I'd like to see Golden Tate or Christine Michael in that role.
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 5:35 pm
  • SDHawk wrote:
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    SDHawk wrote:I would also point to Doug Baldwin's presser from today in which he said he had to learn to take a break in the offseason. He said he tried to push himself too hard to compete and that lead to him physically peaking early in the season and inviting injury.

    I might have been skeptical if we were talking migraines. But a torn labrum is something that is difficult to fake and isn't an excuse that one would use to skip out on a few practices.


    Well especially when the team itself said it was torn on the mri. So you cant really fake a tear.


    Right, my comment was directed at the Vikings fan that came over to stir the pot by suggesting that this was all ploy by Harvin to get out of practices. I don't buy that crap for a second.

    I am certain the FO did their homework. They vetted Harvin with Pete, Bevell, Rice, etc etc.

    To me, it's clear that this is one of those "freak" injuries and suggestions that this is somehow a consequence of Percy's attitude towards practice is just ridiculous. No one is saying anything negative about Harvin, on the contrary, there have been no shortage of reports that Harvin is a workout warrior and is excited to be with the Hawks.


    1. I didn't come to "stir the pot", but it's clear that many Seahawks fans here aren't aware of some of Percy's issues in the past. Maybe it will be a problem in Seattle, maybe not. I'm only adding my 2 cents after following his entire NFL career to this point very, very closely.

    2. I never said Harvin was faking an injury (although I am skeptical if it is really that serious). I am suspicious that he chose this course of action. On day #1 of training camp. Against team doctors recommendations. After a long history in Minnesota of being a practice-skipper for every possible health issue.
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 5:37 pm
  • Oh well....he's not the first athlete to be as fragile as glass. Can't say that we didn't see this coming...then again, some believe in a miracle change in behavior with a new team.
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 5:48 pm
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    peachesenregalia wrote:Journo's here don't want Joe Kinnear calling them a c**t on live telly.


    It should be seen as a badge of honour.


    I understand your view, but here in Merica, the only reporters who ask tough questions are Bob Costas and Jerry Grey, and they really are c**ts. (and midgets) Local reporters don't have to ask tough questions, because La Canfora and Schefter will just make up two opposite answers to all the tough questions that went unasked.



    Every journalist should be prepared to ask tough questions.

    I really couldn't give two hoots about how Tarvaris Jackson looked on day one, or how "exciting" it was to see James Carpenter back, or whether Robert Turbin's role will be (insert overly complicated X's and O's spiel to try and sound clever). I wanted to know what the hell was going on with Percy.

    That press conference yesterday was a waste of time and Tom Pelissero - with as far as I'm aware zero connections to Seattle or the Seahawks - managed to get better quotes from Pete Carroll just hours later. Probably with a bit of probing.

    A lot of the hand wringing of the last 24 hours would've been avoided had the answers Pelissero managed to get been drained yesterday.
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 5:59 pm
  • 1. I didn't come to "stir the pot", but it's clear that many Seahawks fans here aren't aware of some of Percy's issues in the past. Maybe it will be a problem in Seattle, maybe not. I'm only adding my 2 cents after following his entire NFL career to this point very, very closely.

    2. I never said Harvin was faking an injury (although I am skeptical if it is really that serious). I am suspicious that he chose this course of action. On day #1 of training camp. Against team doctors recommendations. After a long history in Minnesota of being a practice-skipper for every possible health issue.[/quote]


    Percy Harvin's history has been well documented on this site, we are all well aware of it.

    Thank you kindly for the education though.
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 7:20 pm
  • I really can't understand the panic given nobody has enough information to come to an informed conclusion. If he misses a few practices big whoop as long as he gets 2-3 in and is able to play in Green Bay all this drama amounts to exactly nothing. Even then unless we are talking surgery it isn't like we don't have the exact same offensive personnel and likely better depth at our weaker spots (except backup TE) then last year without Percy. Plus a franchise quarterback going into his second year (the year NFL players make their largest jump almost always) .
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 7:47 pm
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Fri Jul 26, 2013 11:10 pm
  • Bigpumpkin wrote:Oh well....he's not the first athlete to be as fragile as glass. Can't say that we didn't see this coming...then again, some believe in a miracle change in behavior with a new team.

    It would hardly be a "miracle" if a veteran wr went to a new team, a team as strong as Seattle and a team that is dedicated to not only winning but also to getting this wr the ball as often as possible, and suddenly the wr's interest in practice and preparation increases as a result of the new situation. Happens all the time.
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Sat Jul 27, 2013 2:59 am
  • AlaskanViking wrote:
    Cartire wrote:
    SDHawk wrote:I would also point to Doug Baldwin's presser from today in which he said he had to learn to take a break in the offseason. He said he tried to push himself too hard to compete and that lead to him physically peaking early in the season and inviting injury.

    I might have been skeptical if we were talking migraines. But a torn labrum is something that is difficult to fake and isn't an excuse that one would use to skip out on a few practices.


    Well especially when the team itself said it was torn on the mri. So you cant really fake a tear.


    Right, my comment was directed at the Vikings fan that came over to stir the pot by suggesting that this was all ploy by Harvin to get out of practices. I don't buy that crap for a second.

    I am certain the FO did their homework. They vetted Harvin with Pete, Bevell, Rice, etc etc.

    To me, it's clear that this is one of those "freak" injuries and suggestions that this is somehow a consequence of Percy's attitude towards practice is just ridiculous. No one is saying anything negative about Harvin, on the contrary, there have been no shortage of reports that Harvin is a workout warrior and is excited to be with the Hawks.


    1. I didn't come to "stir the pot", but it's clear that many Seahawks fans here aren't aware of some of Percy's issues in the past. Maybe it will be a problem in Seattle, maybe not. I'm only adding my 2 cents after following his entire NFL career to this point very, very closely.

    2. I never said Harvin was faking an injury (although I am skeptical if it is really that serious). I am suspicious that he chose this course of action. On day #1 of training camp. Against team doctors recommendations. After a long history in Minnesota of being a practice-skipper for every possible health issue.[/quote]


    Thanks for the input AKV, of course we don't want to believe it but it did cross my mind as well. It's not like there isn't a track record and part of me even hopes that's the case for obvious reasons.

    Thanks for the input though, I didn't read it as if you were trolling like many Niners with comments like "defenders will be targeting his hip and he will end up on IR". A big difference between your post and wishful thinking.

    By the way, it's very refreshing to see a Vikings fan who doesn't seem to just hate us for obvious reasons. Welcome to the board. Stick around, hopefully you will be able to enjoy Harvin having a great year along with the rest of us.
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Sat Jul 27, 2013 5:17 am
  • Count me in the concerned, but not panicking group. Obviously it would be great (at least short term) if he doesn't need surgery. It wouldn't even bother me if he didn't see a single snap during preseason. I'm prepared to see Harvin on the regular season PUP list. As long he's on the active squad sometime between Week 7 and 11 then I'll be happy. When we acquired Harvin most people were describing it as "icing on the cake". We'll be in the playoffs with or without him in the regular season. As long as we have him for the end of the regular season and the playoffs I'll be content.

    Otherwise, it's season-ending surgery and IR. That's the only scenario that I would be really upset with. But, we won't know much more until Tuesday at the earliest so I'm going to enjoy the weekend and relax. With that said, if they say on Tuesday or thereafter that surgery is the way to go and it will be season-ending, then it'll be chill-pill time. Go Hawks!
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Sat Jul 27, 2013 5:59 am
  • I have read on this thread that there is reason to believe that our team medical staff believe he can rehab and play through this injury and that the second opinion is to back up that? Where is this info coming from? It would be something if he could at least back up Tate and Baldwin in limited fashion.

    also worth noting that I've yet to see a single post or reply on any thread or article about this from a vikes fan that doesn't believe Harvin suits up game 1. I hope they are correct.
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Sat Jul 27, 2013 6:51 am
  • http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=w ... QHudMR9X0Q

    In case anybody didn't understand how the rule read in regards to the PUP list, here ya go. Even though this article by Sando is in regards to Crabtree, it applies to Harvin as well.
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Sat Jul 27, 2013 7:03 am
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Sat Jul 27, 2013 7:41 am
  • NinerLifer wrote:http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=2&ved=0CA0QqAIoADAB&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ninersnation.com%2F2013%2F7%2F27%2F4562068%2Fpup-list-rules-michael-crabtree-49ers&ei=qtzzUdefIof2iwLtxoBQ&usg=AFQjCNEgf6fowSpNNM-QSGC9QHudMR9X0Q

    In case anybody didn't understand how the rule read in regards to the PUP list, here ya go. Even though this article by Sando is in regards to Crabtree, it applies to Harvin as well.


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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Sat Jul 27, 2013 10:05 am
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Sat Jul 27, 2013 11:33 am
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    theENGLISHseahawk wrote:Just listened to Carroll's press conference yesterday...

    Am I the only one frankly embarrassed that the local media asked THREE questions on Harvin only, for a grand total of just over a minute's reaction???

    Then moved on to how "exciting" it was to see James Carpenter back and asking how Tarvaris Jackson looked on day one.

    ??????????????????????

    Three vague answers on Harvin and we all move on skipping to the next easy subject.

    Good grief.


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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Sat Jul 27, 2013 11:39 am
  • now they are waiting till Tuesday to get him in to see a DR, seems like if this was that serious they wouldn't be waiting until Tuesday.
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Sat Jul 27, 2013 8:42 pm
  • The concerning thing is the number of media outlets reporting that the Seahawks docs say he can play. Harvin's people would never leak that, so there's only one way that can be leaked - by Seahawks folks. They want the public pressure on him to play. They want him feeling like everyone expects him to play. If the Seahawks thought he shouldn't play, and they needed to "protect their investment," every leak would be "Seahawks doctors adamant that Harvin needs surgery and risks worsening injury/delaying recovery by practicing/playing."

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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Sat Jul 27, 2013 8:58 pm
  • LawHawk wrote:The concerning thing is the number of media outlets reporting that the Seahawks docs say he can play. Harvin's people would never leak that, so there's only one way that can be leaked - by Seahawks folks. They want the public pressure on him to play. They want him feeling like everyone expects him to play. If the Seahawks thought he shouldn't play, and they needed to "protect their investment," every leak would be "Seahawks doctors adamant that Harvin needs surgery and risks worsening injury/delaying recovery by practicing/playing."


    Unless...

    That's exactly what they WANT you to think... :bitenails:

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Sat Jul 27, 2013 8:58 pm
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Sat Jul 27, 2013 9:49 pm
  • HawkAroundTheClock wrote:
    LawHawk wrote:The concerning thing is the number of media outlets reporting that the Seahawks docs say he can play. Harvin's people would never leak that, so there's only one way that can be leaked - by Seahawks folks. They want the public pressure on him to play. They want him feeling like everyone expects him to play. If the Seahawks thought he shouldn't play, and they needed to "protect their investment," every leak would be "Seahawks doctors adamant that Harvin needs surgery and risks worsening injury/delaying recovery by practicing/playing."


    Unless...

    That's exactly what they WANT you to think... :bitenails:

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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Sun Jul 28, 2013 6:32 am
  • Dunno if this was posted before on this thread, but Peter King says Kam Chancellor played through a similar injury. http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/5197/percy-harvin
    I don't know about you guys but that doesn't sound promising to me. Kam seemed pretty hampered.

    Although on the other side, playing SS can be more taxing than a receiver who can go in and out of rotation.
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Sun Jul 28, 2013 6:36 am
  • oasis wrote:Dunno if this was posted before on this thread, but Peter King says Kam Chancellor played through a similar injury. http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/5197/percy-harvin
    I don't know about you guys but that doesn't sound promising to me. Kam seemed pretty hampered.

    Although on the other side, playing SS can be more taxing than a receiver who can go in and out of rotation.


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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Sun Jul 28, 2013 6:47 am
  • I think the problem was he played slower, not weaker.
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Sun Jul 28, 2013 6:56 am
  • What I do not understand is why it will take almost a full week to get this second opinion.

    Evidently money can NOT speed up procedure.
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Sun Jul 28, 2013 7:12 am
  • Cartire wrote:
    oasis wrote:Dunno if this was posted before on this thread, but Peter King says Kam Chancellor played through a similar injury. http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/5197/percy-harvin
    I don't know about you guys but that doesn't sound promising to me. Kam seemed pretty hampered.

    Although on the other side, playing SS can be more taxing than a receiver who can go in and out of rotation.


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    Kam himself said it DID affect his play. It would affect Percy even more.
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Sun Jul 28, 2013 7:23 am
  • sutz wrote:
    HawkAroundTheClock wrote:
    LawHawk wrote:The concerning thing is the number of media outlets reporting that the Seahawks docs say he can play. Harvin's people would never leak that, so there's only one way that can be leaked - by Seahawks folks. They want the public pressure on him to play. They want him feeling like everyone expects him to play. If the Seahawks thought he shouldn't play, and they needed to "protect their investment," every leak would be "Seahawks doctors adamant that Harvin needs surgery and risks worsening injury/delaying recovery by practicing/playing."


    Unless...

    That's exactly what they WANT you to think... :bitenails:

    :D

    Have you been engaging in battles of wit with Sicilians again? :)


    HA! You must have suspected I would know about Percy's injury, so I can clearly not choose the labrum in front of me. :D
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Sun Jul 28, 2013 7:35 am
  • Largent80 wrote:What I do not understand is why it will take almost a full week to get this second opinion.

    Evidently money can NOT speed up procedure.


    Because he is seeing the top doctor in this field in NY. Star Athletes arent the only one with money when dealing with the top expert. They cant just push the other rich guys out of there appointment slots so easily. They found out Wed in Seattle, and had a booked appointment with the guy for 5 days later. Thats still pretty impressive.
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Re: Harvin - "ailing hip"....(labrum)
Sun Jul 28, 2013 8:12 am
  • Cartire wrote:
    oasis wrote:Dunno if this was posted before on this thread, but Peter King says Kam Chancellor played through a similar injury. http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/5197/percy-harvin
    I don't know about you guys but that doesn't sound promising to me. Kam seemed pretty hampered.

    Although on the other side, playing SS can be more taxing than a receiver who can go in and out of rotation.


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    Pete Carroll in his presser also mentioned that Kam had something similar last year.
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