No big personnel revelations from Seahawks coach Pete Carroll’s meeting with the media prior to practice today.
But here are a few quick notes:
— Carroll said WR Percy Harvin remains day-to-day, and likely will be through Sunday, the latest the team would be able to put him on the 53-man active roster. Even then, they could still wait until Monday to put him on the active roster for the game.
— Carroll said MLB Bobby Wagner made it through the pre-practice walk-through and will continue to be evaluated through the week.
— WR Golden Tate also made it through the walk-through and should be good to go Monday. Tate said he hurt the shoulder when he fell on it awkwardly in the second half of the Arizona game. He also came out briefly with an ankle injury but the shoulder is more the issue right now. Tate, though, said he plans to practice and play. “Nothing’s going to hold me back,” Tate said.
— Carroll also said Breno Giacomini is beginning to make a good turn on his recovery from arthroscopic knee surgery but said again that there is no ETA for his return.
I’ll pass along more quotes from Carroll later.
For now, here is some video:
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