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Seahawks-49ers injury report

Post by Todd Dybas / The News Tribune on Dec. 5, 2013 at 4:39 pm with 8 Comments »
December 5, 2013 4:58 pm

Brandon Browner and Percy Harvin did not participate. Very, very unlikely either plays Sunday. A good sign for the Seahawks is Golden Tate back as a full participant in practice. For the 49ers, left tackle Joe Staley was back and was limited in practice.

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  1. thursday says:

    Interesting since Carroll seemed kinda optimistic Harv in would be ready.

  2. Singularitarian says:

    I gave up hoping for Harvin after the bye

  3. Singularitarian says:

    Looks like Staley might be playing

  4. tealskin says:

    What about Bruce Irvin? Didn’t prectice and no more info.

  5. jawpeace says:

    I wonder if the Seahawk organization is rushing Browner saying he is ready so that the NFL will get off its dead butt and make a decision. As of now they don’t seem to be in a hurry because they know he can’t play and Browner might have a real solid legal case to sue if he does get suspended.

  6. sluggo42 says:

    Tried reading up on some posts yesterday and the blog went so far into the weird “I loved RW first” contest I actually vomited! In my pants! I mean it was really weird you guys, just so you know… I mean really… Just stop it ok?

    Then a few of the regs started to bring it back with a few good posts again, but I honestly just had to pass, as wading through the junk was unbearable. And yes Georgia, I know I don’t have to, just as you are the official ” voice” of the blog. Respectfully speaking of course!

    But geez… It sure went into the twilight zone for quite a stretch…. I’m just sayin…

  7. PugetHawk says:

    I wonder how much better Harvin’s hip is actually feeling. Seems like either a smoke screen for the Niners or Pete’s optimism getting the best of him.
    Is there a curse on Seahawk wide outs?

  8. Jusjamn says:

    this is what happens when you let a player play against his old team when he’s clearly not ready.

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