He's been added to the active roster, and has been steadily working toward his 2014 debut with the Seattle Seahawks. Will the 12th Man get a look at wide receiver Percy Harvin this Sunday against the Vikings?

The Seattle Seahawks have been hoping to get their biggest off season acquisition on the field for some time now. Wide receiver Percy Harvin, acquired in a trade with the Minnesota Vikings last spring has been out with a hip injury since the start of training camp. Harvin was activated from the physically-unable-to-perform list last week, and could see action against his old team this Sunday in Seattle.

There are a couple of things that could preclude that.

First, the receiver corps of Golden Tate, Doug Baldwin, Jermaine Kearse, and Ricardo Lockette has been playing well, even though Sydney Rice is out with a knee injury.

Second, the Seahawks have a bye after this week's game. That would give Harvin two more weeks to rehab and practice leading up to pivotal Monday night game against New Orleans in Seattle on Dec. 2.

"To us, it’s not a pressure decision,"coach Pete Carroll said of Harvin's status for Week 11 against his former team. "We’re going to try, again, to consider all the factors and make sure we’re doing it right and make a real good choice as we get our information."

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