- Terry Blount, ESPN Staff Writer
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RENTON, Wash -- Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said he hopes Pro Bowl left tackle Russell Okung will play in the regular-season finale Sunday, but they will have to wait and see.
Okung left the Arizona game in the fourth quarter with soreness in his big toe, which had ligament damage earlier this year and caused him to miss eight games.
“We won’t know until later in the week,” Carroll said on Okung during Carroll's 710 ESPN Seattle radio show Monday. “But he did go back in and play [Sunday] and that was a good sign. We will find out later.”
Rookie Alvin Bailey replaced Okung when he left the game.
Carroll also said receiver Percy Harvin's status remains unknown with his surgically repaired hip. A lot will depend of whether he can practice Wednesday.