Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin sat out the NFC Championship, but is expected to have zero limitations for the Super Bowl against the Denver Broncos, head coach Pete Carroll told reporters on Friday. Carroll said that Harvin looked 100 percent in practice on Thursday and will be able to play at his maximum in the Super Bowl, per Liz Mathews of 710 ESPN.
Harvin, 25, played in only one regular-season game due to a hip injury that required surgery during the offseason and tallied just one reception for 17 yards. He played against the New Orleans Saints in the Divisional round of the postseason, hauling in three catches for 21 yards before he was sidelined with a concussion.
The concussion forced him to sit out of the team's NFC Championship Game against the San Francisco 49ers, which the Seahawks won, 23-17. Wide receiver Doug Baldwin led the team with six receptions for 106 yards.
Harvin played four seasons with the Minnesota Vikings before he was acquired by the Seahawks via trade. He played in 54 games for the Vikings, accumulating 280 receptions for 3,302 yards and 20 touchdowns.