Here's something encouraging for those who have been waiting for Percy Harvin to play this season and are considering him as a WR3 this weekend: Harvin went through a full practice on Thursday. He is well on his way to making his season debut Sunday versus his former team, the Vikings. He has been out for the entire season after undergoing surgery to repair a torn hip labrum during training camp.
Harvin is an interesting-yet-super-risky WR3 this week. On the plus side, he has a tremendous matchup, and the fact that it's his former team only adds to the drama. And you know that head coach Pete Carroll loves drama. And, obviously, Harvin is a dynamic player when he is on the field, capable of breaking off huge gains. But I think the possibility of Harvin seeing just 15-20 snaps and being scarcely used in the offense outweighs his upside. He should be a fine start once the Seahawks return from their Week 12 bye. For now, he's best left on your bench unless your matchup calls for you to take some gutsy chances.