Wednesday Seahawks-Saints injury report: Harvin a full-go

Yet another positive sign for Percy Harvin’s chances of playing Saturday: he was a full participant in Thursday’s practice. That marks four straight practices with Harvin being more or less a full-go—the Seahawks didn’t have to put out an injury report last week or Tuesday, but Pete Carroll said as much last week then again Tuesday—which barring a setback between now and Saturday would seem to indicate Harvin will play. We’ll know more when we hear from Carroll Thursday. As for Kam Chancellor not practicing, he has long had hip issues, so this is almost certainly just a rest day for him, though again, we’ll know more tomorrow.

SEAHAWKS

Did not participate: LB KJ Wright (foot), S Kam Chancellor (hip).

Full participation: WR Percy Harvin (hip), TE Luke Willson (ankle).

SAINTS

Did not participate: RB Pierre Thomas (chest).

Limited: G Jahri Evans (ankle), DE Akiem Hicks (ankle).

Full: T Terron Armstead (knee), CB Keenan Lewis (head/neck).

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