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October 24, 2013 at 4:24 PM

Seahawk injury report: Coleman, Giacomini, Johnson do not participate; Wagner limited

The Seahawks’ injury report for Thursday is out and it does not include the name of WR Percy Harvin.

That’s because Harvin is not on the active roster yet, and as such does not have to be included on the NFL’s mandatory lists of which players participated and how much. Media are obliged to go with what is on the injury report, so other than noting that Harvin was expected to practice, that’s all we can pass on for now. But as Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said earlier, he is day to day and it’s unlikely the team will know for sure until shortly before game time.

As for who is on the report, fullback Derrick Coleman (hamstring), T Breno Giacomini (knee) and S Jeron Johnson (hamstring) did not participate; participating on a limited basis was MLB Bobby Wagner. And fully participating was WR Golden Tate.

That’s it.

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