Percy Harvin has played a total of 40 snaps this season -- 38 on offense and two on special teams. Two total games for the man who was traded to the Seahawks from the Vikings in the offseason and then signed a six-year, $64.2 million contract. Four total reception for 38 yards.

But Harvin, who missed most of the season while recovering from a hip injury and then suffered a concussion against the Saints in the playoffs, will be ready to play Sunday. The problem for the Broncos defense is that it's not exactly sure what to expect from Harvin.

He's probably Seattle's most-talented receiver -- and its most threatening -- but he's gotten very little on-field work with quarterback Russell Wilson and it's unclear to Denver how the Seahawks will use Harvin.

"He came back for the playoff game against New Orleans and they used him a lot," said Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey. "I can only imagine with two weeks of preparation, they're going to use him. I wouldn't doubt that because he's a special player. One thing we have to concentrate on is what we have to do."

The main problem with Harvin's assumed activity Sunday is that Denver can't spend much time studying Seattle's tendencies when he's on the field. That's because there's not much of anything to study.