Percy Harvin injury: Seahawks WR out, no fantasy value remaining

Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

Percy Harvin is out for Week 16 against the Arizona Cardinals. We break down the fantasy implications.

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin has been declared out for Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 16. Harvin is still recovering from a hip injury that had him inactive for the first half of the season. He returned in November, but suffered a setback and has missed three consecutive games.

Harvin has played just one game for the Seahawks since they traded for him in the offseason. He also missed practice all week. When he'll return is unclear at this point, but the Seahawks are poised for a deep playoff run and they'd definitely like him back for that. Keeping him out in Week 16 and Week 17 might be the smart option if the goal is to have him ready for the playoffs.

Fantasy Impact: Harvin possibly coming back later means nothing for fantasy owners this season. This week is championship week, and if you were hoping to get Harvin back in time to make a real difference, it's not going to happen. He's been injury prone his whole career as well, so even recommending him as a dynasty keeper is a tough proposition.

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