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Originally published December 13, 2013 at 2:52 PM | Page modified December 13, 2013 at 7:35 PM

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Seahawks’ Percy Harvin, Brandon Browner still not ready

Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin, cornerback Brandon Browner and linebacker K.J. Wright were each ruled out of the team’s game Sunday against the New York Giants.


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The Seahawks started the practice week with 10 players out, but only three are expected to miss the road game Sunday against the New York Giants.

Receiver Percy Harvin (hip), cornerback Brandon Browner (groin) and linebacker K.J. Wright (foot) were all ruled out Friday.

The wait might be even longer for Harvin, who has played just once this season due to an up-and-down recovery from surgery.

“It’s looking like it is going to be a bit before we get it right,” Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said. “He’s doing a ton of stuff to get back, but it hasn’t just turned a corner. We’re going to just keep taking the time it takes to get him right.”

Wright underwent surgery Wednesday, which Carroll said was routine, and isn’t expected back until the playoffs.

Among those able to return to full participation Friday were tight end Zach Miller (ribs) and center Max Unger (pectoral muscle). Both are listed as probable, along with defensive lineman Tony McDaniel, who was out sick but will be ready Sunday, Carroll said.

Joshua Mayers: 206-464-3184 or jmayers@seattletimes.com



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