Seahawks injury report for Super Bowl 2014: Percy Harvin, Doug Baldwin probable

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Four Seattle Seahawks players find themselves listed as probable on the official injury report Friday.

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The Seattle Seahawks are relatively healthy heading into the Super Bowl on Sunday. Friday wrapped up the second week of practices leading up to the big game, and there are few surprises on the official injury report, as posted by the Associated Press.

As has been the case all week, the biggest name worth talking about is wide receiver Percy Harvin. He's notable for the fact that he has yet to play a complete game for the Seahawks since being acquired this past offseason. Harvin sustained a serious hip injury during offseason activities, and after a brief return, suffered a setback with that injury.

After finally returning to the team against the New Orleans Saints in the Divisional round, Harvin sustained a concussion and missed the NFC Championship. He's listed as probable on the report and is expected to play without limitations, however.

Other than Harvin, the other big name is Doug Baldwin, a fellow receiver. Baldwin sustained a hip injury in the NFC Championship, but he's been practicing and is also listed as probable. The other two players appearing on the report -- Marshawn Lynch and Brandon Mebane -- are both expected to play without issue.

Seahawks Injury Report


WR Doug Baldwin (hip)
WR Percy Harvin (concussion)
RB Marshawn Lynch (not injury related)
DT Brandon Mebane (ankle)

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