Receiver Percy Harvin was listed as a full participant at Seattle’s practice today, the most definitive indication yet that he will play Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings.
Harvin, who had hip surgery Aug. 1., had been listed as a limited participant in practice Wednesday.
That he was able to go fully Thursday is one of the main things the Seahawks wanted to see as they make their decision on his availability for Sunday’s game.
“He’s got to practice every day and show that all that he’s done in the rehab work has paid off and that he can sustain through each day,’’ Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said on Monday. “It’s really the next day that we always look at (and how he recovers from the previous day’s work).’’
In fact, Thursday’s injury report for Seattle is one of the best for the team in some time.
Seattle had just three players listed as not participating Thursday — cornerback Brandon Browner (groin), DT Tony McDaniel (hamstring) and CB Jeremy Lane (thigh).
Everyone else on the active roster was listed as a full participant, including CB Richard Sherman (who sat out Wednesday with a hip), C Max Unger (concussion), OT Breno Giacomini (knee) and DT Red Bryant (concussion).