Harvin's workload back to normal for Seattle

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After touching the ball just twice in Seattle's 41-20 win over the Vikings, former Minnesota wideout Percy Harvin will see his workload go unrestricted when Seattle returns to action in two weeks against New Orleans.

The Carroll Crabtree is referencing is Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll, who let Harvin return a kick at Percy and assistant coaches urging in his first game since preseason hip surgery.

Harvin saw minimal snaps in his return, as word came out pregame he was only expected to be on the field 10-15 plays.

This news comes on the same day Harvin said he had a tumor removed in the offseason and also had an appendectomy while he was still a Viking, in November 2012.

Despite the laundry list of injuries, the mega-talent is making those in the Seattle area excited, even with his limited appearance Sunday.

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