No Seahawks player is worse than probable for Super Bowl XLVIII

AP

As the Seahawks finish one week of practice and prepare to head to New Jersey for the sessions preceding Super Bowl XLVIII, the team is incredibly healthy.

The team’s Friday injury report shows no players at less than probable for the game to be played in nine days.

The injured, but based on the “probable” designation virtually certain to play, players are:  receiver Doug Baldwin (hip), receiver Percy Harvin (concussion), running back Marshawn Lynch (knee), cornerback Byron Maxwell (neck), defensive tackle Brandon Mebane (ankle), and linebacker K.J. Wright (foot).

Maxwell and Wright were additions to Friday’s end-of-week report, with both missing practice.  As to Wright, coach Pete Carroll told reporters, “We’re just taking care of him.  Making sure we get through this week.”

Also not practicing on Friday were Lynch and Baldwin.  Carroll said both will play.

Barring injuries or aggravations occurring next week in New York, all Seahawks will be available to play.