Thursday Seahawks-Rams injury report

The Seahawks injury report is out, but it’s worth noting it does not include one significant name. Receiver Percy Harvin is coming back from hip surgery, and his status is very much in doubt for Monday, but he is not listed, because for now, he’s not on the active roster. With Harvin back at practice, but still on the PUP list and not the 53-man roster, the Seahawks do not have to say how much Harvin participated.

SEAHAWKS

Did not participate: FB Derrick Coleman (hamstring), T Breno Giacomini (knee), S Jeron Johnson (hamstring).

Limited participation: LB Bobby Wagner (ankle).

Full participation: WR Golden Tate (shoulder).

RAMS

Did not participate: RB Benny Cunningham (ankle).

Limited: CB Cortland Finnegan (thigh).

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