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Percy Harvin left Saints-Seahawks with concussion

Percy Harvin's return to the lineup didn't last.

The Seattle Seahawks wide receiver was knocked out of Saturday's 23-15 divisional round victory over the New Orleans Saints with a concussion.

Harvin was hurt while attempting to pull in a Russell Wilson pass late in the second quarter. He took a hard hit in the end zone and his helmet appeared to make hard contact with the turf at CenturyLink Field.

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Harvin was quickly moved to the locker room after the hit, one of two trips the wide receiver made to be evaluated for a concussion.

On Seattle's first possession, Harvin had his bell rung on an illegal hit by Saints safety Rafael Bush. He quickly returned to the sideline, and was back on the field for Seattle's next possession. Bush was flagged for hitting a defenseless receiver.

Saturday counted as Harvin's first action since Week 11. He played just one regular-season game while recovering from surgery to repair a torn labrum in his hip. He had three catches for 21 yards in the first two quarters of Saturday's playoff win.

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