Kearse a game-time decision

December, 27, 2013
12/27/13
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RENTON, Wash. – Seattle coach Pete Carroll said receiver Jermaine Kearse will be a game-time decision because of a sprained ankle.

Everyone else is expected to play Sunday, with the exception on linebacker K.J. Wright, who still is receiver from foot surgery, and receiver Percy Harvin, who is out with continuing issues with his surgically-repaired hip.

If Kearse doesn’t play, it would make Ricardo Lockette the third receiver in three-wide formations. Carroll also said starting slot receiver Doug Baldwin would return kickoffs against St. Louis.

“Hopefully, he doesn’t have to return many,” Carroll said.

Baldwin replaced Robert Turbin on kickoff returns after Turbin fumbled on one return last weekend against Arizona. Baldwin had a 37-yard return on is first attempt.

Terry Blount

ESPN Seattle Seahawks reporter

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