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October 29, 2013 at 12:54 PM

Carroll on ESPN 710 Seattle: Harvin remains “day-to-day”

I was flying home this morning and unable to listen at the time to Pete Carroll’s regular weekly day-after-game segment on ESPN 710 Seattle, the team’s flagship radio station.

But Seahawks.com has a good recap of it here.

As noted in that story:

— Carroll says Percy Harvin is “day-to-day” with no idea yet if he will play Sunday against Tampa Bay. Expect to hear “day-to-day” all week on that one.

— He reiterated what he said last week about hoping OT Russell Okung will make it back by the time he is eligible to play again, which is Nov. 17 against Minnesota, and that Breno Giacomini may also be back in two weeks.

— He said WR Sidney Rice was suffering concussion-like symptoms along with banging his knee, but has no definitive word yet on how long he may be out.

— And he elaborated on the lack of touches for Marshawn Lynch, particularly the goal-line series in the second quarter, noting that Russell Wilson should have given Lynch the ball there a time or two — which also serves as a helpful reminder that a lot of those running plays always have options.

 

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