Time to do some scouting on Harvin for 2014

Save for later: Percy Harvin, who has been struggling with a hip injury since … forever, it seems … remained “full” in Thursday’s practice, and claims he expects to be active for the Divisional Round. Seahawks coach Pete Carrol also said Harvin wouldn’t be on a snap count. The good news is if Harvin really is healthy, you can tune into this game and do a little fantasy scouting for his potential next season, which lies anywhere between WR1 and WR3.

Help wanted: Steve Smith is still battling knee issues and downgraded his health from 71 percent to 57 percent after Thursday’s practice (well, then). Smith has been listed as “limited” for pretty much the entire week. His health could have a huge impact on the outcome of this game, but I’m starting to wonder if Smith is even going to be a draftable option at all next season. The Panthers are going to be desperate for help at WR in 2014. Brandon Lafell, do you think you can step up and produce?

For the birds: Impending free agent WR Andre Roberts is expected to test the free agency market this summer, and chances are the Cards won’t be able to afford to match a sizeable deal if another team offers him one. Roberts had just two touchdown receptions all year long and never broke 100 yards in a game, but his play still hints that he could become a dangerous playmaker. If he lands in the right situation, he’s one of the earlier entries for your 2014 sleeper lists.

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