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All Seahawks practiced, except Percy Harvin


Five days after suffering a concussion in a divisional-round win over the Saints, Seattle receiver Percy Harvin has not received clearance to practice. With three days to go until the NFC title game, it’s not looking good for Harvin.

The good news for the Seahawks is that he’s the only member of the team who didn’t practice on Thursday. Defensive tackle Jordan Hill, who missed practice Wednesday with a groin injury, practiced on a limited basis a day later. Running back Marshawn Lynch, who got the day off on Wednesday, fully participated on Thursday.

Linebacker K.J. Wright also was able to fully participate on Thursday, a day after practicing on a limited basis due to a foot injury.

Wright last played more than a month ago, against the 49ers. He’s on track to face them again.

Harvin still needs to be cleared to practice and separately to play by an independent neurologist. Otherwise, he won’t be suiting up on Sunday.