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Harvin has been able to perform all of his cuts in practice this week, with no setbacks.
Harvin's hip has recovered to the point that there will be no limitations in Saturday's game.
"If he's going, he's going," Carroll declared.
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Harvin won't be an every-down player after playing just 20 snaps all season, but his playmaking ability will be a shot in the arm for an aerial attack that has struggled down the stretch.
"This team is set," Harvin said of his potential impact. "I'm just looking forward to jumping on the bus and enjoying the ride."
Here are the rest of Thursday's injury updates:
- The news on San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Mathews isn't so rosy. The early-down hammer sat out practice again Thursday, as has been his routine the past few weeks. The difference this week is that the coaching staff acknowledges doubts about his playing status ahead of Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos. Offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt said Mathews "will go if he can go." If Mathews can't go, Whiz said, Danny Woodhead and Ronnie Brown will have to pick up the slack.
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