Seattle’s official injury report for the Minnesota game lists just one player as out — cornerback Brandon Browner — and only one as questionable — defensive tackle Tony McDaniel.
Everybody else is listed as probable or will play, which includes WR Percy Harvin, officially one of 14 players listed as probable.
Harvin was listed as a full participant in Friday’s practice, the second straight day he has been able to practice, the surest sign yet that he will make his Seahawks debut Sunday.
Coach Pete Carroll wouldn’t fully commit to Harvin playing, but said “he has a chance.”
“He made it through practice today. We’ll see how it affects him tomorrow and we’ll call it, but he looks good. Practiced, did everything. He’s asked me about returning kickoffs already, so he’s all over it. He’s excited.”
Others listed as probable were: CB Richard Sherman, CB Jeremy Lane, DE Chris Clemons, FB Derrick Coleman, Jordan Hill, Max Unger, LB Heath Farwell, RB Marshawn Lynch, DE Red Bryant, S Kam Chancellor, T Breno Giacomini, S Jeron Johnson and LB Bruce Irvin.
Here is video of Carroll talking about Harvin as well as other injury/personnel updates:
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