Harvin still a no-go for NFC title game


With the NFC Championship game breathing down the neck of Percy Harvin and the Seattle Seahawks, the former Vikings wide receiver has still not passed the NFL's concussion protocol and his status remains in doubt for Sunday's tilt against San Francisco.

After having to leave Sunday's game against the Saints twice with head-related injuries, it is beginning to look as if Harvin playing in his third game of the season will be a long shot.

Here is the first of the hits Harvin endured against New Orleans.

Here was the knockout blow, which Harvin did not return from.

Seattle has essentially gotten this far without Harvin, but having his impressive athletic ability (below) sure wouldn't hurt Seattle in their quest to win this season's rubber match with San Francisco and go to the Super Bowl.

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