Percy Harvin could make his Seahawks debut on Monday Night Football


May 20, 2013; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin (11) participates in organized team activities at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

Percy Harvin’s much-anticipated debut for the Seahawks could be as soon as Monday against the St. Louis Rams on Monday Night Football.

Harvin returned to practice on Monday and worked out with Russell Wilson, according to the Seahawks official Twitter account:

The Seahawks have three weeks to add Harvin to the active roster which means that he could play as soon as Monday against the Rams or as late as Week 11 against the Minnesota Vikings, according to the Associated Press.

Harvin has been recovering from a surgery to repair a torn labrum in his hip since early August.

Initially, it was estimated he would not return until Week 12 at the earliest, but his progress has been remarkable, according to CBS Sports.

The Seahawks have gone 6-1 in Harvin’s absence but have averaged just 214.1 passing yards per game, 25th in the league.

Seattle’s next four games are against opponents with a combined record of 6-18. Four of the Seahawks final six games of the year are at CenturyLink Field and the Seahawks currently have the best record in the NFC.

Harvin’s return will be the icing on top of the cake.