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Seahawks: Questions Surround Harvin's Injury

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The Seattle Seahawks hit the practice field for the second time since training camp opened and the biggest storyline was one of the players not participating.

Receiver Percy Harvin again sat out due to an injured hip. The Seahawks are hopeful that their new addition will avoid surgery, according to USA Today Sports. Surgery would make his return this season questionable. Harvin will seek a second opinion in New York on Tuesday.

In other news, this training camp is much different from last year's due to the fact that the Seahawks have a starting quarterback in place. Russell Wilson is in command of the offense and the chemistry doesn't have to be built.

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