Seahawks Getting Healthier Right On Time for Playoff Push
Coming off of a convincing win over Atlanta, the Seattle Seahawks will have their starting offensive line back on the field for the first time in weeks this Sunday against Minnesota.
Seattle's offensive line by committee will get some of its stability back this week, when center Max Unger (out with a concussion last week) and starting tackles Russell Okung (toe) and Breno Giacomini (knee) are slated to return to the lineup.
Defensive lineman Red Bryant, who sat out the Atlanta game with a concussion will also be back against the Vikings.
Wide receiver Percy Harvin, who has been out all season with a hip injury that required surgery, has been added to the active roster and will likely see situational action this week against his old team. With Sidney Rice out for the rest of the year with a knee injury, Harvin's debut will make an already effective receiver corps even more dangerous.
Cornerback Brandon Browner has been ruled out for Sunday's Minnesota game with a severe groin injury suffered in the Atlanta game.
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