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Percy Harvin claims he'll suit up for Super Bowl

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin says he is "absolutely playing" in the Super Bowl on Sunday after a season filled with "frustrating" health issues.

Seahawks receiver has 'no restrictions' after concussion

Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin, left, proclaims he's ready to play in Sunday's Super Bowl after suffering a concussion in Seattle's NFC divisional playoff game against New Orleans. (Harry How/Getty Images)

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin says he is "absolutely playing" in the Super Bowl on Sunday after a season filled with "frustrating" health issues.

Harvin returned to practice last Wednesday after passing the NFL's concussion protocol. He suffered a concussion in Seattle's NFC divisional playoff game against New Orleans.

Harvin says Tuesday at media day that he feels "really good" and has "no restrictions" as the Seahawks prepare to face the Denver Broncos.

He missed the first 10 games of the season after needing hip surgery, and played sparingly when he returned because of complications. Harvin came back for the playoffs, but hit his head on the turf in Seattle's win over New Orleans.

He says being able to play in the Super Bowl "means everything" to him.

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