Percy Harvin still not cleared for Seahawks

RENTON — Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin is still going through concussion testing and has not been cleared for Sunday’s NFC championship game.

Seattle coach Pete Carroll said Harvin won’t be participating in practice Thursday. He said the only deadline for Harvin is the one determined by doctors, who must clear Harvin for him to be able to play against San Francisco.

Harvin was injured late in the first half of Saturday’s NFC divisional playoff win over New Orleans. Harvin hit his head hard on the turf after jumping for a pass in the end zone. It was the second big hit Harvin took in the game.

Before being injured, Harvin had three receptions and one carry in just his second game of the season.

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