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Saturday, January 25, 2014

Seahawks' Percy Harvin will play multiple roles in Super Bowl XLVIII

By on 1/25/2014 07:30:00 PM

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin played in only two games this season.  Suffering a hip injury in the preseason, Harvin remained out most of the year.  In Seattle's divisional round win against the New Orleans Saints, Harvin suffered a concussion.  Though Harvin missed the NFC Championship game, he is now set to play in the biggest game of his career and the Seabirds will have him do all he can.

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll told reporters Harvin will "do everything we want him to do" next Sunday.  Look for Harvin to return kicks as well as play WR.  Harvin is a game-changing player and the Broncos know that he is capable of taking over on Super Sunday.

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Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey had this to say about Harvin, "That's a dangerous man right there.  He can change the game if you allow him to.  I don't know how they're going to use him. We don't have a lot of tape on him -- if any. But they're going to use him. You don't have a weapon like that and not use him."

Champ and the rest of the world will have to wait another week to find out how Seattle deploys its most dangerous albatross.

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