Percy Harvin inactive for Seahawks against Saints
SEATTLE - Wide receiver Percy Harvin is inactive for the Seattle Seahawks two weeks after making his debut for the team.
Harvin was listed as doubtful on Saturday's final injury report as he continued to struggle with soreness in his surgically repaired hip. Coach Pete Carroll had said it was unlikely Harvin would make it back against the Saints after he sat out the entire week of practice.
With Harvin out, the Seahawks have only four healthy wide receivers on the roster for the showdown with the Saints.
New Orleans is without backup linebacker Keyunta Dawson (calf) and reserve defensive end Glenn Foster (knee). Both Dawson and Foster were listed as questionable. Foster did not practice all week, while Dawson's injury popped up during practice this week.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
Sen. Troy Brown will spend the weekend in jail
Spanish Town Parade asks for usual irreverence but inclusion
Residents on edge as Comite River crests above flood stage
Baton Rouge residents gather to watch Trump's inauguration
Police believe illegal immigrant could be tied to other sex crimes