Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin is listed as probable for Sunday and sounded very optimistic Friday about his prospects of playing against his old team.
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said the full decision on Harvin won't be made until game day.
Also sounds like ominous news is in the offing for cornerback Brandon Browner (groin). Carroll said Browner has been diagnosed, without elaborating, and they will wait until "the last possible second" to make a move with him.
Russell Okung, Breno Giacomini, Red Bryant and Max Unger are all expected to play Sunday, as you can see in the injury reports below. The Seahawks will have to cut someone to make space for Okung on the 53-man roster.
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Harvin said he has no soreness after three consecutive days of practice. That's a change from three weeks ago when he first returned to practice. Harvin made it through about half a practice before feeling some soreness. He had an MRI and ended up getting some fluid removed. The important thing was the MRI did not show any structural damage.
"I wasn't real concerned," Harvin said. "Had a little fluid built up that just caused some stiffness running. I didn't really have a lot of concern. The bone structure where he did the surgery at was perfectly fine."
As far as if he's ready to play:
"I definitely think I am ready to play," Harvin said. "I still have a lot of work to do, but I think Ii am ready to start getting in there."