Percy Harvin injury: Seahawks WR has 'a little procedure'

Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

The Seahawks may be without Percy Harvin for a game or two.

The Seahawks may need to ride wide receivers Doug Baldwin and Golden Tate for a bit longer. Head coach Pete Carroll said on Tuesday that wide receiver Percy Harvin recently underwent a "little procedure" on his hip, according to ESPN 710's Liz Mathews. Harvin returned in Week 12 after recovering from hip surgery, but suffered a setback prior to the Seahawks win over the Saints.

It is unclear whether or not Harvin will play in Week 14. He has played in just one game this season and collected one catch for 17 yards and returned a kick for 58 yards. The Seahawks are already without Sidney Rice for the season, so they are counting on the fellow oft-injured, former Vikings receiver to will his role as a play-maker.

The Seahawks are currently 11-1 and are in sole possession of the NFC lead. Seattle will travel to San Francisco in Week 14 to face the 49ers.

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