Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin is officially out for Sunday's Week 17 game against the St. Louis Rams. Harvin is still recovering from a hip injury he sustained in the offseason. Harvin briefly returned from the injury in November, but suffered a setback and has now missed four consecutive games in addition to the entire first half of the season.
Harvin has played just one game for the Seahawks at this point. He's also missed practice all week, and many have questioned whether or not the Seahawks will keep him on the roster for his potential impact deep into the playoffs, or if they'll shut him down and use his roster spot elsewhere.
Fantasy Impact: Harvin is not going to help your fantasy teams at this point. He's not playing and if you've got a game Sunday, then it's your final game and you should part ways with him. His dynasty value is questionable at best and he's not even a lock to play in three weeks, not that it matters for fantasy owners. Don't start him, don't keep him on the roster and don't have confidence in him next season until you see him do plenty of work on that hip.