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Published: Friday, January 24, 2014, 3:56 p.m.

Seahawks-Broncos Friday injury report

The Seahawks wrapped up their week with a few players on the sideline, but Pete Carroll said everyone should be just fine for next week's Super Bowl. That includes Percy Harvin, of whom Carroll said, "He did great. He looked like he was full speed, 100 percent."

Carroll said Harvin will play with no limitations, which isn't surprising seeing as, you know, it's the Super Bowl and all. No sense holding anything back, right?

SEAHAWKS

Probable: WR Doug Baldwin (hip, didn't practice), RB Marshawn Lynch (knee, DNP), DT Brandon Mebane (ankle, limited), WR Percy Harvin (concussion, full), LB K.J. Wright (foot, DNP), CB Byron Maxwell (neck, DNP).

BRONCOS

Doubtful: DT Sione Fua (calf, DNP).

Questionable: DT Mitch Unrein (knee, limited), K Matt Prater (illness, DNP), RB Knowshon Moreno (ribs, limited).

Probable: CB Tony Carter (shoulder, full), TE Joel Dressen (knee, full), DT Terrance Knighton (knee, full), G Chris Kuper (ankle, full), QB Peyton Manning (ankle, full), CB Kayvon Webster (thumb, full).

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