Updated Jul 10, 2013 - 12:48 am
Expectations for Harvin, Seahawks' passing game
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll has said the addition of star receiver Percy Harvin doesn't signal a drastic shift in Seattle's run-first approach.
That doesn't mean the 2013 Seahawks' offense will be a carbon copy of last year's version – not with quarterback Russell Wilson having a year of experience under his belt and benefiting from the opportunities that will be opened up by Harvin's explosiveness and versatility.
Mike Sando of ESPN.com and John Clayton discussed potential changes to Seattle's offense when they joined "Brock and Danny" for a roundtable discussion on Tuesday. They also shared projections for how the Seahawks will distribute the ball throughout their deep group of receivers.
Brock Huard and Danny O'Neil continue the latter conversation in the video below, discussing their expectations for Harvin and whether or not he'll be the team's leading receiver.
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