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December 23, 2013 at 3:39 PM

Carroll: Harvin out this week, Okung should be back

A few quick personnel notes to pass along from Pete Carroll’s meeting with the media today:

— Carroll said Percy Harvin won’t practice this week and there is no timetable for when he will return. Carroll said Harvin is in Seattle rehabbing;

— LT Russell Okung should be able to play Sunday against the Rams but will be dealing with a sore toe early in the week. Carroll said the toe will be an issue for Okung all season;

— RG J.R. Sweezy should be back this week after missing the Arizona game with a concussion;

— WR Jermaine Kearse is recovering well from an ankle injury, indicating he should be able to return this week;

— Carroll would not say who will return kicks Sunday, saying we’ll all just have to find out then. But he noted Doug Baldwin did a good job at it.

I’ll have more complete quotes later. For now, here is some video of Carroll’s opening statement:

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