2nd opinion on Seahawks' Harvin to come next week

2nd opinion on Seahawks' Harvin to come next week
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin (11) walks off the field following NFL football training camp on Thursday, July 25, 2013, in Renton, Wash. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
RENTON, Wash. (AP) - Wide receiver Percy Harvin will get a second opinion on his sore hip next week in New York, and Seattle coach Pete Carroll says all options remain for how the injury is handled.

Speaking after practice on Saturday, Carroll said the range for treatment is still unknown. He said Harvin could be back on the field in a couple of weeks, or surgery may be the solution to solve the discomfort in the area around Harvin's hip socket.

Harvin's exam is expected to be on Tuesday. Carroll has not said which hip is bothering the wide receiver.

Seattle fullback Michael Robinson also missed a second straight day of practice on Saturday with a sore ankle. Carroll said Robinson came in after the first day of practice saying it was sore, but not a sprain.

Carroll added that tight end Zach Miller could return soon from a sore foot.