Players

Percy Harvin
WR #11
Height:
5-11
Weight:
184
Age:
26
College:
Florida
Experience:
6

Quick Stats (2013):

REC
1
YDS
17
AVG
17
TDS
0
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 281 3,319 11.8 53 20 107 683 6.4 39 4 6 4
2013 SEA 1 0 1 17 17 17 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2012 MIN 9 8 62 677 10.9 45 3 22 96 4.4 20 1 2 1
2011 MIN 16 14 87 967 11.1 52T 6 52 345 6.6 39 2 2 2
2010 MIN 14 13 71 868 12.2 53T 5 18 107 5.9 17T 1 1 1
2009 MIN 15 8 60 790 13.2 51T 6 15 135 9 35 0 1 0
Recent Games
WKOppResultReceivingRushingFumbles
RecYdsAvgLngTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
11 MIN W 41-20 1 17 17 17 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
13 NO W 34-7 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
14 @SF L 17-19 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
15 @NYG W 23-0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
16 ARI L 10-17 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
17 STL W 27-9 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Biography

HOW ACQUIRED:
Traded by Minnesota to Seattle for a 2013 first-round draft choice, one of three 2013 seventh-round draft choices and a 2014 third-round draft choice on March 12, 2013.

NFL CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
• Originally the 22nd overall draft choice by the Minnesota Vikings in the 2009 NFL Draft. Played in 54 games with 43 starts with 280 receptions for 3,302 yards and 20 touchdowns. Also rushed 107 times for 683 yards with four touchdowns and returned 114 kickoffs for 3,183 yards, a Vikings franchise record five kickoff return touchdowns, including a Vikings-record 105-yard return at Detroit (9/30/12).
• Left Minnesota as the Vikings record holder in career kickoff return touchdowns (5), career kickoff return average (27.9), single-season and career rushing yards leader by a wide receiver (345 and 587), holding the longest play in team history (105-yard kickoff return) and leading the team in receiving from 2010-12.
• Set Vikings record for combined net yardage in a player’s opening two seasons with 3,922 yards, breaking Adrian Peterson’s previous record.
• Named NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year and voted to the Pro Bowl after his rookie season in 2009. Posted second-most receptions by a rookie in team history with 60, trailing Randy Moss’ 69 in 1998. Set team record as first player to return two kickoffs for touchdowns in a season or career. Established team record with 2,081 combined yards (rushing, receiving, returning), breaking the previous mark of 2,051 by Herschel Walker in 1990. Led NFL rookies with 48 points and tied for NFL lead among rookies in receptions (60) and receiving yards (790).
• Caught career-high 12 passes at Indianapolis (9/16/12).
• Voted by teammates the 2011 Vikings Offensive MVP when he led team in receiving with 87 catches for 967 yards and total offensive yards with 1,312. Scored touchdowns during the season by rushing, receiving and kickoff return to become the first Viking to score three different ways multiple times in career. Had career-best 156-yard receiving day vs. Denver (12/4/11) and matched career-high with two receiving touchdowns.
• Caught the final touchdown pass of Brett Favre’s career vs. Chicago (12/20/10).

HONORS:
2009: NFC Pro Bowl (return specialist), AP NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, NFL.com Diet Pepsi Rookie of the Year, NFL Rookie of the Month for November, NFC Special Teams Player of the Week 3. 2010: NFC Special Teams Player of the Week 6.

COLLEGE:
Helped Florida win two BCS National Championships in his three seasons in Gainesville. Saw action in 36 games with 26 starts. Set Florida records for most career yards rushing by a receiver (1,852) and the most rushing yards in a season by a receiver (858 yards in 2007). Had 32 touchdowns (19 rushing, 13 receiving) in three seasons. Earned All-America and All-SEC recognition all three years at Florida. Named the 2006 AP SEC Freshman of the Year. Scored a touchdown in each of the last 15 UF games he played. A second-team All-SEC selection in 2007 by the AP and coaches. Earned first-team All-SEC by the AP as an all-purpose player. Chosen as the SEC Freshman of the Year by the league’s coaches and the AP and was the 2006 SEC Championship Game MVP.

PERSONAL:
Considered the nation’s top wide receiver prospect at Landstown High in Virginia Beach, Va. Parade All-America as a senior. Selected to participate in the U.S. Army All- American Game. Is the only athlete in Virginia history to claim five gold medals at the state track meet. Offensive Player of the Year in the Beach District and Eastern Region in 2004. Captain of varsity basketball and football teams.

HOW ACQUIRED:
Traded by Minnesota to Seattle for a 2013 first-round draft choice, one of three 2013 seventh-round draft choices and a 2014 third-round draft choice on March 12, 2013.

NFL CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
• Originally the 22nd overall draft choice by the Minnesota Vikings in the 2009 NFL Draft. Played in 54 games with 43 starts with 280 receptions for 3,302 yards and 20 touchdowns. Also rushed 107 times for 683 yards with four touchdowns and returned 114 kickoffs for 3,183 yards, a Vikings franchise record five kickoff return touchdowns, including a Vikings-record 105-yard return at Detroit (9/30/12).
• Left Minnesota as the Vikings record holder in career kickoff return touchdowns (5), career kickoff return average (27.9), single-season and career rushing yards leader by a wide receiver (345 and 587), holding the longest play in team history (105-yard kickoff return) and leading the team in receiving from 2010-12.
• Set Vikings record for combined net yardage in a player’s opening two seasons with 3,922 yards, breaking Adrian Peterson’s previous record.
• Named NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year and voted to the Pro Bowl after his rookie season in 2009. Posted second-most receptions by a rookie in team history with 60, trailing Randy Moss’ 69 in 1998. Set team record as first player to return two kickoffs for touchdowns in a season or career. Established team record with 2,081 combined yards (rushing, receiving, returning), breaking the previous mark of 2,051 by Herschel Walker in 1990. Led NFL rookies with 48 points and tied for NFL lead among rookies in receptions (60) and receiving yards (790).
• Caught career-high 12 passes at Indianapolis (9/16/12).
• Voted by teammates the 2011 Vikings Offensive MVP when he led team in receiving with 87 catches for 967 yards and total offensive yards with 1,312. Scored touchdowns during the season by rushing, receiving and kickoff return to become the first Viking to score three different ways multiple times in career. Had career-best 156-yard receiving day vs. Denver (12/4/11) and matched career-high with two receiving touchdowns.
• Caught the final touchdown pass of Brett Favre’s career vs. Chicago (12/20/10).

HONORS:
2009: NFC Pro Bowl (return specialist), AP NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, NFL.com Diet Pepsi Rookie of the Year, NFL Rookie of the Month for November, NFC Special Teams Player of the Week 3. 2010: NFC Special Teams Player of the Week 6.

COLLEGE:
Helped Florida win two BCS National Championships in his three seasons in Gainesville. Saw action in 36 games with 26 starts. Set Florida records for most career yards rushing by a receiver (1,852) and the most rushing yards in a season by a receiver (858 yards in 2007). Had 32 touchdowns (19 rushing, 13 receiving) in three seasons. Earned All-America and All-SEC recognition all three years at Florida. Named the 2006 AP SEC Freshman of the Year. Scored a touchdown in each of the last 15 UF games he played. A second-team All-SEC selection in 2007 by the AP and coaches. Earned first-team All-SEC by the AP as an all-purpose player. Chosen as the SEC Freshman of the Year by the league’s coaches and the AP and was the 2006 SEC Championship Game MVP.

PERSONAL:
Considered the nation’s top wide receiver prospect at Landstown High in Virginia Beach, Va. Parade All-America as a senior. Selected to participate in the U.S. Army All- American Game. Is the only athlete in Virginia history to claim five gold medals at the state track meet. Offensive Player of the Year in the Beach District and Eastern Region in 2004. Captain of varsity basketball and football teams.