The NFC-champion Seahawks appear likely to have their full complement of players available on Sunday in Super Bowl XLVIII.
Wide receiver Doug Baldwin, wide receiver Percy Harvin (concussion), running back Marshawn Lynch (not injury related) and defensive tackle Brandon Mebane (ankle) are all probable for Sunday’s game against Denver, according to the NFL’s Friday injury report.
Baldwin, Harvin, Lynch and Mebane all practiced fully during Friday’s indoor practice at the Giants’ facility. In fact, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll told practice pool reporter Peter King of SI.com that everyone on the roster practiced without limitation. This was the club’s last major workout of Super Bowl week.
According to King, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson “appeared particularly crisp in his execution of the offense and his passes” on Friday.
“Russell is exactly where he’s always pictured he’d be in life,’’ Carroll told King, who filed a practice report for media use on behalf of the Pro Football Writers of America. “He prepares impeccably, and he has prepared like that this week. I think he is ready to play a very good game.”