NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported Monday that wide receiver Percy Harvin not playing until the postseason is a "real option" for the Seahawks. After undergoing hip surgery in August, Harvin made his debut in Week 12. But then he experienced a setback with his hip and didn't play tonight versus the Saints. He has received multiple cortisone injections in his hip, and now the team is waiting to see how he responds before making a decision on what to do with Harvin.
Hang on to Harvin if you can as this story could change by the day. Right now, he seems unlikely to play in Week 14, but we'll wait along with the Seahawks to see how he responds to the injections. A decision from the Seahawks could be made Tuesday.