Harris and Bryce Brown, who was signed Monday, will compete to start Week 15 against the Brown with Thomas Rawls out for the season, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports.

Harris, who was signed off the practice squad only three weeks ago, took over the Seahawks' ground game following Rawls' injury Sunday in Baltimore, turning 18 rushes into 42 yards. He was decent but certainly doesn't have a lock on the starting job. More likely, it will be a committee situation with even perhaps fullback Derrick Coleman, who played tailback at UCLA, getting involved. Coach Pete Carroll said Monday that Fred Jackson will remain in his third-down role. Marshawn Lynch likely will not return from a hernia for the regular season.

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