Seattle Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin is still not cleared after suffering a concussion in last weekend's win over the New Orleans Saints.
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Coach Pete Carroll told reporters that the dynamic pass-catcher did not participate in Wednesday's practice as the Seahawks prepare to face the San Francisco 49ers in Sunday's NFC Championship Game.
Carroll said Harvin will see doctors later in the day to assess his condition. Harvin must pass concussion protocol before he is cleared to play Sunday.
Here's the rest of the injury roundup for Championship Wednesday:
1. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady missed practice with an illness, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported. The Patriots meet the Denver Broncos in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday.
2. Good news for Seattle: Linebacker K.J. Wright practiced Wednesday. Wright was playing phenomenally prior to breaking his foot in the previous meeting with the 49ers. Carroll called Wright "day to day," but added it looked "promising" that the linebacker would play. Marshawn Lynch did not practice. The team said it was not injury related.
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3. Broncos safety Mike Adams was limited Wednesday because of a thigh bruise. John Fox said all other injured players participated fully in practice.
4. Patriots punter Ryan Allen and wide receiver Aaron Dobson both attended early portions of practice.
5. Linebacker Ahmad Brooks (illness), defensive tackle Justin Smith (shoulder) and center Jonathan Goodwin (foot) did not practice for the San Francisco 49ers on Wednesday, the team announced. Cornerback Carlos Rogers practiced despite nursing a nagging hamstring injury that's kept him out of game action since the season finale. The 49ers meet the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday.
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