Carroll: Harvin has surgery, long road back
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says wide receiver Percy Harvin faces a long rehab process after having surgery Thursday to repair his injured hip.
Carroll said the surgery performed in New York went "very well" but that the team doesn't have a timetable for his recovery. Harvin will remain in New York for the next few weeks for the beginning of his rehab before returning to Seattle.
Carroll said the team feels even more hopeful that Harvin will be able to play this season after getting all the information from the surgery. He is still likely to miss significant time.
Harvin was placed on the physically unable to perform list prior to training camp and seems destined to remain there to start the regular season.
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