RENTON — Wide receiver Percy Harvin and tight end Luke Willson have participated in practice for the Seattle Seahawks, raising the possibility of each playing in this weekend’s NFC divisional playoff game against New Orleans.
Seattle coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday that Harvin made it through the two days he participated last week without any setbacks. Harvin has played in one game this season — Week 11 against Minnesota — following hip surgery in August. Last week was his first time on the practice field for Seattle since the middle of November.
Willson’s recovery is a surprise after he was taken off the field on a cart in Seattle’s season finale against St. Louis. Willson has a high-ankle sprain.
The amount of practice for each player was unknown because the team did not have to issue a participation report Tuesday.