The Seattle Seahawks released their final injury report for Week 14, and we have two notable names to consider for Sunday's matchup. Cornerback Brandon Browner and wide receiver Percy Harvin have both been ruled out for Sunday's game.
Browner is facing a year-long suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy, but he is currently appealing the suspension. We'll have more on the Seahawks suspension issue in the next day or so, courtesy of socalisteph. In the meantime, Browner has been dealing with a groin injury. He got in a limited practice on Wednesday, but was unable to practice Thursday or Friday.
The Seahawks were without Browner in Week 2 due to a hamstring strain. The big difference of course was that they had Walter Thurmond to replace him. Thurmond is currently serving a four-game suspension. The Seahawks did fine without either of them against the Saints, but we'll see how they handle the 49ers at Candlestick. The 49ers will have Michael Crabtree back alongside Anquan Boldin. Vernon Davis will be a significant presence as well, so hopefully it spreads the Seahawks a bit thin on defense.
Percy Harvin has been rehabbing a hip injury all season. He was activated off the PUP list and was able to play in Week 11, but he has had a setback since then. He sat out practice all week, and his return remains up in the air. That being said, the Seahawks have been fine without him. The passing game does not always have the zip it needs, but they're doing just fine.
Seahawks injury report
Out: CB Brandon Browner (groin), WR Percy Harvin (hip)
Questionable: QB Tarvaris Jackson (illness)
Probable: TE Kellen Davis (neck), DE Bruce Irvin (thigh), RB Marshawn Lynch (not injury related), WR Golden Tate (hip)