Jan 23, 2014 9:30 PM by Jordan Mason
RENTON, Wash. (AP) - Percy Harvin doesn't want to think about all the setbacks in his first season in Seattle with the chance of winning a Super Bowl title on the horizon.
Harvin said Thursday that while it's been a frustrating season, he's trying to get himself ready for next week's game against Denver.
Harvin returned to practice Wednesday after passing the league's concussion protocol. He was injured late in the first half of Seattle's divisional round win over New Orleans, then was stuck being a spectator last Sunday as the Seahawks beat San Francisco 23-17 to reach the second Super Bowl in franchise history.
Harvin said his past problems with migraines did not slow his recovery from the concussion.