Richard Sherman is among the Seattle Seahawks players who are looking forward to a health Percy Harvin next season.
Harvin was hurt most of the season and only had 40 snaps under his belt before the Super Bowl.
That’s where he generated 137 yards on his first four touches.
The Seahawks believe that a healthy Harvin will help propel them to another Super Bowl.
“Without Harvin, we were just biding time,” cornerback Richard Sherman wrote on TheMMQB.com.
Zach Miller, tight end, told Around the League that Harvin’s performance during the Super Bowl–which nearly earned him the MVP–is just a preview of what’s in store for 2014.
The Seahawks also don’t plan on playing safe with Harvin.
“He’s not just a slot player,” coach Pete Carroll told SiriusXM NFL Radio. “I want him to be an every-down player. There’s no reason he shouldn’t be.”