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News, notes, quotes and video: Full day of practice for Harvin

Percy Harvin did everything except participate in the final two-minute drill at practice Friday.

Pete Carroll said that Harvin looked "very sharp" since he knows Darrell Bevell's system from his time in Minnesota with him.

Barring a setback, Harvin is expected to be back at practice Monday. He won't be speaking to reporters until later in the week.

"He did fine," Carroll said. "He looked and I think he felt pretty good about it. He's still got a little governor on what he's doing here, which is the right thing to do. We'll come back next week and get after it. I expect he's going to make some progress, barring a setback. He's very encouraged and we're excited for him.

"If he had any issues we would have pulled him out, but that wasn't necessary."

Asked when they will know if Harvin will play, Carroll said he didn't have that answer at this point.

"We will not rush to the decision at any time," Carroll said.

Carroll again lauded Harvin's effort to get back.

"I'm really proud of him," Carroll said. "I'm so excited about how he's fought to get to this point and did not back off it. He might have had the opportunity to waver and give into it, say, Ok, I just have to wait. He's been challenged because it means so much to him. I'm just so proud of him that he's made it to this point, whether he plays or not."

Other news:

> An updated note: Marshawn Lynch's attorney says they were able to push Lynch's DUI trial date back again today in court. New trial date is Feb. 21.

> Carroll said K.J. Wright will not be back for the first playoff game, but should be ready for a second, if there is one.

> Luke Willson ran and cut today. As we mentioned prior, Willson has had a high ankle sprain before. Carroll said Willson told him the day after the injury, "I'll play." Carroll said they won't know until Wednesday or Thursday of next week if Willson will be ready for Saturday.

> Jermaine Kearse will be back full next week.

> Russell Okung (toe) has been held out of practice and has been rehabbing all week.

> Carroll said they just had the two best practices of the year this week.

Here's some Earl Thomas video from today:[HTML2]