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August 27, 2013 at 1:15 PM

Hawks get roster to 75: Harvin among those put on Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform list

The Seahawks reached the NFL limit of 75 on their active roster today, and did so in expected fashion by moving four injured players to reserve lists.

Placed on the Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform list were WR Percy Harvin, DE Greg Scruggs and CB Tharold Simon.

The designation means each is out for the first six weeks of the season but can be activated after that. Scruggs has been thought out for the year with an ACL injury but  the team may be holding out hope of a return.

Harvin had hip surgery earlier this month and is out 3-4 months, while Simon has been dealing with a foot injury and has not practice.

Placed on the Resereve/Non-Football Injury list was linebacker Korey Toomer, who hurt his knee off the field. Toomer will also be eligible return after six weeks.

And for reference, here’s a good overview of the different designations.

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