Seahawks Insider Blog

Seahawks a bit banged up on the second day of minicamp

Percy Harvin participated early in practice Wednesday, before stopping and not participating in almost all of the 11-on-11 drills that followed. Harvin and Pete Carroll did not meet with the media today. Harvin remained at practice and was certainly mobile when a fight broke out. His removal appears precautionary.

There were other dings Wednesday, notably wide receiver Bryan Walters. Walters dove to make a catch and landed on his right shoulder. He was immediately in pain. He left the practice field before returning with his shoulder heavily wrapped in ice.

> We noted yesterday that linebacker Korey Toomer reached toward his hamstring following a play. He sat out today.

> Wide receiver Kevin Norwood also did not participate.

> After all the antics, Richard Sherman made an end zone interception. Earl Thomas also jumped a pass at the goal line and ran it all the way back to the other end zone, then posed.

> Owner Paul Allen chatted with Marshawn Lynch for several minutes.

> Paul Richardson caught a 57-yards touchdown from Wilson. He later caught a pass over the middle which was knocked loose when Thomas zoomed in and gave him a bit of a shoulder.

> The play of the day was made by Byron Maxwell. He made a leaping one-handed interception -- kind of like a basketball player tearing down an one-handed rebound -- during 11-on-11s.

> Cassius Marsh had what would have been a sack in pads and real play.

> Bruce Irvin was on the sidelines today.

> James Carpenter said he has lost 15 pounds since last offseason since his knees were finally healthy and he could run.