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January 9, 2014 at 2:35 PM

Video: Carroll talks Harvin and Saints

Below is a little video of Seahawks coach Pete Carroll talking to the media following Thursday’s practice.

Here are the quick news highlights of what he said:

— Carroll spoke after Harvin and reiterated that he will play against the Saints and with no expected limitations, repeating what he has said often that “if he’s playing, he’s playing.”

— Carroll said TE Luke Willson practiced again and is expected to play after spraining his ankle against the Rams. Carroll said they thought initially the ankle was broken but it turned out to just be sprained and he has practiced and should be good to go.

— Carroll said SS Kam Chancellor, held out Wednesday, practiced Thursday and is fine.

— Otherwise, the team appears in good health with the only player on the active roster expected to be out being LB K.J. Wright, who has been out since the 49er game Dec. 8 with a broken foot.

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