By Brady Henderson
Wide receiver Percy Harvin's status for the Seahawks' Monday night game against St. Louis remains a mystery, but Friday's practice did bring some positive news regarding two other injured starters.
Linebacker Bobby Wagner and wide receiver Golden Tate were both full participants. Wagner – who has missed the last two games because of an ankle injury – was limited in practice on Thursday. Tate practiced without limitation on Thursday, and the fact that he did so again Friday is an indication that his shoulder injury won't keep him from playing Monday.
Harvin, who is less than three months removed from hip surgery, began practicing on Monday. The Seahawks are not required to list Harvin on their injury report because he has not yet been added to the 53-man roster, and while reporters are allowed to attend practice, the team's guidelines prohibit them from reporting what they observed.
Also not practicing for the Seahawks on Friday were fullback Derrick Coleman (hamstring), right tackle Breno Giacomini (knee), safety Jeron Johnson (hamstring) and running back Christine Michael (illness).
The Seahawks will release their final injury report after practice Saturday.