Seattle Seahawks tight end Percy Harvins injured his left hamstring in the first quarter of OTAs and the team will have to practice at least two days a week through the first week of the season, according to team coach Pete Carroll.
Carroll said that Harvits injury is not serious.
Harv is scheduled to undergo an MRI on Monday.
Harvin missed the first two OTAs because of a hamstring injury that was aggravated by a helmet-to-helmet hit from the New York Giants.
Harvell is a former first-round draft pick who is a key part of Seattle’s tight end corps.
He was the team’s fourth-leading receiver with 714 yards last season.
Harveys injury could keep him out of the lineup for at least the first few weeks of the regular season.
He has played in two games this season for Seattle, catching two passes for 8 yards.
Harvillins injured the hamstring while catching a pass from Giants safety Tavon Wilson in the fourth quarter of the team s 4-3 OT win over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.
Harlvins said he felt a little soreness in the hamstring and was taken off the field for an X-ray, but he was OK after the game.
HarVins has had a rough stretch this season.
Last week, he missed the teams first two preseason games with a hamstring issue.
He then missed the Seahawks first two regular-season games with the injury.
Harvalins injury is the third hamstring injury of Harv, who was signed as a free agent in 2014.
Harvilins is the first Seahawk to miss an entire season since Michael Bennett was out with a knee injury in 2014, and the second to miss at least four weeks since Jermaine Kearse missed the 2016 season with a broken leg.