The Seahawks defense has four players listed on the injury report for Week 15 against the Giants, with two of those players expected to play through their issues in Sunday's game. Defensive back Richard Sherman (feet) and defensive lineman Chris Clemons (not injury related) were both able to practice in full Friday and are probable for the game.
Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin, who continues to deal with a hip problem, will not practice Wednesday, reports the team's website. Harvin has missed three straight games and appears likely to miss Week 16 vs. Arizona.
There's no real formula to predict exactly what Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch will do in Week 16 against the Cardinals. His carries have lessened as the Seahawks seemingly look to rest his legs for the playoffs, but he's still averaging about 17 carries per game over his last three games, with touchdowns in each of his last two.
Colts wide receiver LaVon Brazill returned to practice Thursday after missing the Week 15 game against Houston with a foot injury. Brazill caught nine passes for 130 yards in three games previous to his injury and snagged two touchdowns in the Week 14 loss to Cincinnati.
Colts running back Donald Brown bowed out early Week 15 vs. Houston because of a stinger, but he made it onto the practice field Wednesday, indicating he's got a strong chance to be on the field Week 16 at Kansas City. If that happens, Fantasy owners need to give strong consideration to putting Brown into active Fantasy lineups.
Colts safety Sergio Brown (hand), cornerback Josh Gordy (groin), wide receiver T.Y. Hilton (shoulder) and linebacker Robert Mathis (not injury related) were all cleared to play Week 14 at Cincinnati. All four players were listed as probable.