As expected, wide receiver Percy Harvin and cornerback Brandon Browner are out for Sunday’s game against the 49ers.
Golden Tate and Bruce Irvin are good to go.
Pete Carroll said that Browner did not respond well after testing his injured groin Thursday with some light work. He also said Harvin is going to give it another shot next week. Essentially, this is how it’s going to be every week if the Seahawks keep trying to get Harvin ready for a game.
Also, I can confirm that Brandon Browner was offered a deal by the league and turned it down. He’s pursuing no penalty via his appeal.
Browner thinks he did nothing wrong, shouldn’t be in Stage 3 and has plans to recoup all future earnings one way or another.
A quick clarification here: In regard to me writing “Browner thinks he did nothing wrong,” that’s pertaining to what happened in order to advance him to Stage 3.
One other update I should throw in here: Carroll said James Carpenter will start at left guard Sunday.