NFL injury report, Saints vs. Seahawks: Percy Harvin and Keenan Lewis both practiced on Wednesday

David Banks

Saints cornerback Keenan Lewis participated fully in practice, while the Seahawks' Percy Harvin was back as well.

Both the Seahawks and Saints returned the practice on Wednesday with both teams receiving some positive news on key players ahead of this weekend's game in Seattle.

Saints starting cornerback Kennan Lewis participated fully in practice after he left the team's win over the Eagles on Saturday with a head injury. He was shown pleading with the medical staff on the sidelines in the third quarter but was not allowed to return. Lewis is adamant he'll play in the Divisional Round, telling The Advocate that he'll "definitely be out there".

Akiem Hicks injured his ankle in the Eagles game but played on after receiving treatment. He was limited in practice, a likely precautionary measure. Running back Pierre Thomas, who did not play against the Eagles, remains sidelined and did not participate in practice.

For the Seahawks, their receiving corps could be boosted by the return of Percy Harvin. The playmaking wide receiver has been limited to just one appearance this season with hip problems but was able to participate in a full practice on Wednesday. Baring any setbacks, Harvin could give the Saints secondary something help to worry about.

K.J. Wright will not play this weekend but Pete Carroll gave no indication that strong safety Kam Chancellor will be out despite sitting out practice on Wednesday.

Here's the full participation report below:

Saints injury report

Did Not Participate

Pierre Thomas (chest)

Limited Participation

Jahri Evans (ankle)
Akiem Hicks (ankle)

Full Participation

Terron Armstead (knee)
Keenan Lewis (head/neck)

Seahawks

Did Not Participate

Kam Chancellor (hip)
K.J. Wright (foot)

Full Participation

Percy Harvin (hip)
Luke Willson (ankle)

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