Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin and cornerback Brandon Browner are out for Sunday’s game at the New York Giants.
The Seahawks tweeted the injury update Friday afternoon. The team said coach Pete Carroll expects tight end Zach Miller to play Sunday despite a rib injury.
Harvin has played one game this season while recovering from hip surgery. Browner is trying to come back from a groin injury suffered in the Nov. 17 game against Minnesota.
Starting linebacker K.J. Wright is also out with a foot injury he suffered last Sunday against San Francisco. He had surgery this week and is likely out through the playoffs, but may be available if the Seahawks reach the Super Bowl. Malcolm Smith will start in his place.
The Giants announced defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, cornerback Corey Webster and safety Cooper Taylor will not play Sunday.