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NFL injury report, NFC West: Percy Harvin set to return to practice

The Seahawks may be getting a big offensive weapon back.

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With a win against the St. Louis Rams in Week 17, the Seattle Seahawks clinched the No. 1 seed in the NFC. Now the Seahawks have a bye week before playing a home playoff game. Wide receiver Percy Harvin may even get a chance to make an impact at long last.

Harvin, who has only played in one game this season for the Seahawks, will practice this week according to Liz Matthews of ESPN. Seattle traded a first-round pick for Harvin last offseason, but a hip injury has kept him out of action for most of the season. He would be a welcome addition to the offense.

Meanwhile, Arizona Cardinals nose tackle Alameda Ta'amu tore his ACL in the team's loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.

The 49ers suffered a tough injury in the final minutes on a win on Sunday. Cornerback Carlos Rogers injured his hamstring, but it's unclear what his status is for the first week of the playoffs.

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