Percy Harvin
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By Brian Tesch, Seahawks Correspondent, Sat, Jul 26th 2:20pm EDT

Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports that WR Percy Harvin is "in the mix" for punt return duties. (Source: The Seattle Times)

Fantasy Impact: While Harvin has proven himself to be a dynamo of a kick-returner, he has not fielded a punt return in a game since high-school. While no one doubts Harvin's electricity in the open field would generate some highlight-reel returns, fantasy owners are better off having the majority of Harvin's touches come on offense. If Harvin were to win the job it would be a mixed blessing, while the potential exists for an additional return touchdown or two; return duties would put the historically brittle Harvin on the field in situations where he is more likely to be injured than produce fantasy points. While those in return yardage leagues need to monitor this situation because of the possibility for even more scoring from Harvin, standard league drafters should hope that someone else steps in and takes the job.

By Michael White, Seahawks Correspondent, Fri, Jul 25th 6:05pm EDT

Having missed all but 68 plays for the defending World Champions last season, Percy Harvin told ESPN 710 Seattle that he is fully healthy and ready for a big year on day one of Seahawks training camp. (Source: ESPN 710 Seattle)

Fantasy Impact: Anyone that watched the Super Bowl knows how explosive Percy Harvin can be. The fact that he is now healthy, along with the development of Russell Wilson, the addition of more offensive weapons, and the evolution of Darell Bevell's playbook, should have fantasy owners drooling over the prospects of drafting one of the truly great playmakers in the NFL. Considering how many inventive ways the Seahawks will be able to use Harvin's unique skillset, his current ADP as the 22nd receiver coming off the board seems like a steal. Draft him as a WR2 and you may very well be rewarded with WR1 production.

Breaking Football | Jul 28th
Upside is obvs there but this guy just can't stay healthy. Run first offense caps value, anyways.
FFLockerRoom | Jul 28th
Harvin is expected to see a increased role and should be an every down player. Prior to getting hurt, Harvin had produced at least 60-plus receptions in each season while recording 750-plus yards in 3 of those 4 seasons. The often injured but explosive receiver averaged 61.1 receiving yards and 12.6 rushing yards per game before 2013, totaling 24 touchdowns in 54 games. He’s expected to be the No. 1 receiver for the Seahawks with Tate gone. He is a classic boom-or-bust type of player has the potential to be a No.1 fantasy receiver but we suggest drafting Harvin as a No.2 if he falls to you, if not let someone else take the gamble.
The New York Times | Jul 27th
Versatility too good to pass up because of durability concerns.
Win My Fantasy League | Jul 26th
Would be ranked as a WR1 if Seattle let Wilson loose
Yahoo! Sports | Jul 25th
If you look at the Yahoo fantasy wide receiver rankings, you'll find three players (Cordarrelle Patterson, Percy Harvin and Michael Crabtree) bunched together, fighting for the final spots in our top 20. For different reasons (either injury or lack of playing time), all three players offered up incomplete '13 campaigns. As the '14 season approaches, each of these players looks poised to be full se...
Rotoworld | Jul 22nd
Adam Levitan breaks down eight players going too high in fantasy drafts, including Percy Harvin.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 21st
A healthy Harvin is so dangerous with Russell Wilson. He will shine in 2014 and return to elite status.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
Harvin has WR1 upside, but a lost season due to injury and future injury concerns have me ranking him as a WR2. The loss of WR Golden Tate in free agency will make him the focal point of the Hawks passing game.
ESPN | Jul 11th
Christopher Harris lists 10 players of great importance for the 2014 fantasy football season. | Jun 24th
In today's Three and Out: The Seahawks want to reduce the wear-and-tear on Percy Harvin; David Wilson is closer to returning to the field. | Jun 11th
I was disappointed when Percy Harvin was declared out for the entire 2013 season after undergoing hip surgery. That’s not because I was salivating at the thought of drafting Harvin as a centerpiece of my various fantasy squads, but because I was very much looking forward to my opponents making that mistake. ...