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Seahawks injury report for Super Bowl 2014: Percy Harvin expected to go

Seattle couldn't ask to be healthier with every major player on the roster ready to go.

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The Seattle Seahawks are in their second Super Bowl in franchise history and couldn't have a healthier squad.

Unlike the Denver Broncos who are without four opening day starters in Rahim Moore, Ryan Clady, Von Miller and Derek Wolfe, Seattle has the full compliment of its players. The Seahawks have all of their main weapons including some they didn't have to begin the season.

Wide receiver/returner Percy Harvin missed the first two-plus months of the season while recovering from a hip injury. Harvin came back for only one game against his old team, the Minnesota Vikings, before re-injuring the hip. Harvin returned for the Divisional round against the New Orleans Saints and sustained a concussion.

However, Harvin is listed as probable for his first Super Bowl appearance. Along with Harvin, wide receiver Doug Baldwin (hip), running back Marshawn Lynch (non-injury related), and defensive tackle Brandon Mebane (ankle) are also listed as probable.

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