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December 30, 2013 at 5:56 PM

Seahawk injury updates

There was a little bit of news on a few other players today aside from Percy Harvin. Here is what coach Pete Carroll said about some of those players during his Monday press conference:

— Carroll said the biggest question mark of any of the other players is tight end Luke Willson, who suffered  a high ankle sprain against the Rams. Carroll said simply that “he will be the one in question” as to whether he can return to practice on Thursday.

— Carroll said every other player who came off the field at any point Sunday “should make it” back to practice, a list that includes Richard Sherman, Jeremy Lane, Brandon Mebane, as well as Jermaine Kearse, who did not play Sunday.

— Asked about linebacker K.J. Wright, who is recovering from a broken foot, Carroll said the hope is he may be able to practice next week. “The hope is well take a look at him next week and see where he is and then from the m it will be a day-to-day kind of thing,” Carroll said. “That’s what we hope it will be like and that’s really optimistic.”

Otherwise, Carroll said the team is pretty healthy and that the bye week should only help.

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