Percy Harvin owns a Super Bowl ring, but after playing in just one regular-season game the Seattle Seahawks receiver didn't exactly sound thrilled to be a bystander during a magical run.
"A lot of people were asking me, did (the Super Bowl) kind of make the season for me? And it did, but not at all," Harvin told KCPQ-TV's Aaron Levine. "I was brought to this team to make plays throughout the season, and I wasn't able to do that."
Harvin dealt with a nagging hip injury throughout the regular season and suffered a concussion in the playoffs. He had just five receptions for 43 yards and three carries for 54 yards. Harvin is as healthy as he's been in a while, the story said, and looks determined to be a bigger part of the Seahawks offense. We're giving Harvin the respect, ranking him 20th among our WRs. He's also getting respect in drafts going in the late fourth round thus far. He's a player with injury risks that could pay off big for you at that point in the draft if you take the chance he can stay healthy.