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WR Percy Harvin - Seattle Seahawks

5-11, 192Born: 5-28-1988College: FloridaDrafted: Round 1, pick 22

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Quick fantasy outlook: It was reported in late July that Harvin had partially torn some cartilage in his hip socket, requiring surgery. That will keep him out of action until early November at the earliest, and possibly the entire season. In redraft leagues, that means that Harvin could be a wasted pick -- although if he returns for the fantasy playoffs, he could be a big factor down the stretch. Harvin was the first-round pick of the Minnesota Vikings just four years ago, and has already become one of the most dynamic offensive players in the league. He is a versatile offensive threat: he will line up out wide, in the slot, or even in the backfield; and while he can go deep, he especially excels on bubble screens, or even as a runner (on reverses or on direct hand-offs from the quarterback). In short, the Vikings sought to get him the ball in the open field as many different ways as they could think off, and the Seahawks will likely do the same as soon as he is healthy. Even after he returns however, he will remain an above-average risk to miss further time. He struggled with migranes early in his career, missing many practices because of it, and suffered an ankle injury last season that landed him on Injured Reserve (and was reported to be slower in healing than was initially expected). Now he's got the aforementioned hip injury. Moreover, Harvin has a volatile personality: he is intense in his desire to win, but doesn't always keep his temper in check, even when interacting with his coaches. Nonetheless, when he is healthy, Percy Harvin is a legitimate fantasy WR1.

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