Harvin rejoins Seahawks, no practice timetable yet

RENTON — Coach Pete Carroll says wide receiver Percy Harvin has rejoined the Seattle Seahawks and is prepared to take the next step in his recovery from hip surgery.

Harvin tweeted Monday that he was back with the team and Carroll said Harvin is ready to take the “next level” in his training. Carroll said Harvin is running and went through a workout with trainers Monday.

Harvin had surgery in New York in early August and had been away from the team during rehab efforts. He is on the physically unable to perform list and is not eligible to come off until after Sunday’s game at home with Tennessee. Carroll said there is still no definite timeline on when Harvin may be able to start practicing again.

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