Harvin to begin practicing next week, could return in mid-November The 5-1 Seattle Seahawks have struggled a bit on offense this season, thanks to injuries up front and inconsistency in the receiving corps. But it looks as if much-needed help is on the way soon. The NFL Network reports wide receiver Percy Harvin, who hasn't played in his first Seahawks season because of surgery to repair an injured hip, is set to resume practicing next week. It goes along with the thinking that coach Pete Carroll expects the explosive, versatile playmaker to be in the lineup in about a month. The Seahawks could use some life around quartterback Russell Wilson, as the big plays from wideouts have been sporadic and there has been little pop running or receiving outside of workhorse back Marshawn Lynch. Given Harvin's dynamic after-the-catch and ball skills, he can create a lot of mismatches to keep defenses on their heels and open up action for other players. Seattle has been waiting for a return on its big investment in Harvin. In March, the team sent its first-, third- and fourth-round picks to the Vikings to acquire him. The week of Thanksgiving (Nov. 28) was the rough timetable for Harvin's return, right after the Seahawks' Week 12 bye and before a critical NFC home game vs. New Orleans. Now there's a good chance Harvin will see his first action in mid-November, either against Atlanta or his former team, Minnesota. Glad to see Percy coming back , but just wait until after the ATL game -please son.