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Originally published January 15, 2014 at 3:30 PM | Page modified January 15, 2014 at 8:24 PM

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Percy Harvin’s status for NFC title game still unknown

Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin, who suffered a concussion in Saturday’s victory over New Orleans, met with doctors on Wednesday and his availability for Sunday’s game will be determined by doctors.


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RENTON – Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin, who suffered a concussion in Saturday’s game against New Orleans, met with doctors for a concussion evaluation Wednesday afternoon.

He didn’t practice, and his status for Sunday’s game against San Francisco is unknown.

Harvin will have to be cleared by a team doctor and an unaffiliated concussion expert physician in order to return. Players have returned from concussions in one week, but the decision is out of Harvin’s hands and will be up to the doctors performing numerous neuropsychological tests.

Linebacker K.J. Wright practiced with the Seahawks on Wednesday. Wright hasn’t played since Seattle’s last game against San Francisco on Dec. 8. In that game, he suffered a broken bone in his foot.

Coach Pete Carroll said Wright is day to day but added it “looks promising.”

Jayson Jenks: 206-464-8277 or jjenks@seattletimes.com



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