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Jets WR Percy Harvin suffered a rib injury in the 2nd half of Sunday's game and is done for the day.  We'll look for an update on his status afterward.

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Jets WR Percy Harvin (ankle) is active for today’s game against the Titans. He couldn’t run as of Wednesday, so it’s tough to believe he’s anywhere close to 100% now. Harvin is a risky WR3 for Week 15.

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NFL Network's Ian Rapoport hears that Jets WR Percy Harvin (ankle) will play against the Titans today.  He's made an impressive recovery after being on crutches after last weekend's game and being unable to run on Wednesday.  It's still unclear how big a role Harvin will play or how effective he'll be, so he's a risky fantasy play.  But he's also coming off his best game as a Jet and gets a lifeless Titans defense.  It makes Harvin a risk/reward WR3.

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Jets WR Percy Harvin (ankle) is questionable for this weekend’s game against the Titans. He returned to a limited practice on Friday and said afterward that he’s “ready to roll.” But HC Rex Ryan remained non-committal on Harvin’s availability. We probably won’t know his official status before 3 pm ET on Sunday. And considering the injury and his shaky QB play, Harvin will be a risky WR3 if active.

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Jets HC Rex Ryan admits that it'd be a "stretch" for WR Percy Harvin to play against the Titans this weekend.  Harvin sprained his ankle last Sunday and was unable to practice on Wednesday.  For what it's worth, Harvin believes he'll be able to play this weekend, but players are usually overly optimistic.  Harvin is still dealing with swelling and has yet to resume running.  Consider him doubtful for Week 15.

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Jets WR Percy Harvin has been diagnosed with a low-ankle sprain.  It's better than a high sprain and gives Harvin a shot to play again this season.  He posted a season-best 6-124-1 line against the Vikings on Sunday but will still be tough to trust in fantasy lineups.  Harvin seems doubtful to play in this weekend's plus matchup against the Titans.

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Jets insider Rich Cimini hears that WR Percy Harvin's ankle injury could cost him the rest of the season.  He was on crutches after the game and is scheduled for additional testing tomorrow.  "I can't talk too much about the injury other than it will be evaluated here in a little bit," Harvin said.  Check back tomorrow for an update.

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Jets WR Percy Harvin injured his ankle late in Sunday's game against the Vikings and will not return.  He was having his best game in a long while, racking up 127 total yards and a score.  We should get an update on his status later today or tomorrow.

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Jets HC Rex Ryan admitted that WR Percy Harvin will play a "small role on offense" against the Bills this weekend.  He'll have had just 9 days to study the playbook.  Look for Eric Decker and Jeremy Kerley to lead Jets WRs in snaps, with Harvin playing in certain packages.  He can't be trusted in Week 8 fantasy lineups.  Ryan added that Harvin will return kickoffs and "maybe" punts.

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The Jets have traded a conditional pick to Seattle for WR Percy Harvin. Obviously, the Seahawks weren’t thrilled with how Harvin fit into their offense. Their loss is Geno Smith’s gain, as he gets a legitimate weapon to pair with Eric Decker. When you factor in Smith’s rushing upside, he certainly has the ability to re-emerge as a matchup fantasy option. Meanwhile, the Seahawks are down to Doug Baldwin and Jermaine Kearse as their top-2 WRs. While Baldwin’s the more appealing fantasy prospect, Russell Wilson’s always been one to spread the ball around. The 3rd-year QB is the biggest fantasy loser in this deal, although his legs keep him in the QB1 mix.

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NFL insider Ian Rapoport believes WR Percy Harvin will be “unleashed” this season. Rapoport recently observed Seahawks practice and noted that unlike last year, Harvin’s participated in some back-to-back sessions. It’s certainly encouraging to see the 26-year-old at full health, as he appeared in just 1 game last season. He’s also built some momentum this preseason with 7 catches for 92 yards. An ADP in Round 4 has us staying away, but Harvin's clearly capable of posting top 15 fantasy totals. He remains a boom-or-bust player.

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Seahawks WR Percy Harvin has enjoyed a healthy training camp.  He's "wowed everyone with spectacular catches, blazing speed and his ability to elude tacklers," according to ESPN's Terry Blount.  It's a good start in Harvin's quest to bounce back from his injury-wrecked 2013 season.  But it doesn't make him any less of an injury risk when the real hitting starts.  Harvin remains a risk/reward fantasy option that we're avoiding at his 4th-round ADP.

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Seahawks WR Percy Harvin is healthy heading into OTAs.  "This is probably the best I've felt since before college," he said Tuesday.  Harvin missed 15 games last regular season with hip problems.  A sprained ankle cost him 7 in 2012.  He missed a total of 3 games in his first 3 seasons with migraines.  It’s also worth noting that Harvin suffered injuries to his neck, Achilles, hip, heel and both ankles in college.  Being at 100% right now doesn't mean much for this guy.  Harvin needs to be considered an injury-risk in 2014 fantasy drafts.  When healthy, though, he's at least capable of high-end WR2 production.

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Seahawks HC Pete Carroll likes what he's seen out of WR Percy Harvin in practice.  "He's in," Carroll said Tuesday.  "He had another great day today and a great week last week. He's part of the game plan."  Note that Harvin received 4 targets and 1 carry on just 19 snaps in his last game.  He figures to play a significant role on Sunday -- assuming he can stay on the field.

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Seahawks HC Pete Carroll said WR Percy Harvin looked “100%” this week and will play in Super Bowl 48, “without limitations.”  Harvin lasted 19 snaps in the Divisional Round before suffering a concussion.  He’s played just 39 snaps all season long (regular season and postseason combined), snagging 4 balls for 38 yards.  Four quarters of Harvin would be a bonus for Seattle – especially if he’s allowed to contribute in the return game.

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Seahawks WR Percy Harvin (concussion) returned to a full practice on Wednesday.  "He looks fine," OC Darrell Bevell said. "We'll evaluate him through today and see what kind of progress he can make."  Harvin hasn't yet been cleared for game action but should be in plenty of time for the Super Bowl.  He'll be an x-factor for a Seattle offense that will need to be better than it's been recently.

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Fox Sports' Mike Garafolo hears that the Seahawks expect WR Percy Harvin (concussion) to play in the Super Bowl.  He'll be 3 weeks removed from his concussion at that point.  Harvin has played just 39 snaps and made 4 catches all season, but he'll be an x-factor in the Super Bowl.  His hip didn't appear to be an issue before sustaining that head injury against the Saints.  Look for Seattle to put a handful of plays in the game plan to get the ball in Harvin's hands.

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