Percy Harvin expected to play 10-15 snaps for Seahawks

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The explosive receiver is expected to make his debut for Seattle, although in limited fashion, on Sunday.

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin will make his season debut with his new team on Sunday, but he will see limited action on offense. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Harvin is expected to get on the field for 10-15 plays as the team eases him back into the flow of the game.

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Harvin was traded by the Vikings to the Seahawks in March in exchange for a 2013 first-round draft pick, but the speedster was diagnosed with a torn labrum during offseason workouts and underwent hip surgery for the injury in August. The veteran receiver, who was drafted No. 22 overall by the Vikings in 2009, was activated off injured reserve on Nov. 11.

The explosive receiver has been one of the best in the NFL in making plays after the catch, but he has yet to truly break out with a truly big season. Harvin's special teams contributions have dropped the past two seasons, with the receiver recording 677 yards on 62 catches in nine games in 2012.

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