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Pete Carroll, Percy Harvin look forward, not back

RENTON, Wash. -- In his first public comments since his surprising trade to the New York Jets, former Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin said he would have liked to have been able to go deep a little more often while playing in Seattle. "Not that I didn't like what I was doing, I just wanted to do a little more as a receiver," Harvin said, according to ESPN. "I wanted to just get downfield just a little bit more than what I was doing. So that definitely caused frustration a little bit." A few hours later and three time zones away, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll sounded like he just wanted the whole subject of Percy Harvin to go as far away as possible. Carroll repeated in his Monday news ...

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