“We held him out and rehabbed him [Tuesday],” Carroll said. “We’ll keep working through it, but he’s day-to-day right now.” He did not elaborate on Harvin’s situation.
Harvin, who had major hip surgery on Aug. 1 to repair a torn labrum, made his Seahawks debut on Nov. 17 against Minnesota, returning a kickoff 58 yards and making an impressive fingertip catch on a 17-yard pass. Carroll said afterward that Harvin was ‘‘a little sore,” but that wasn’t unexpected for a guy who hadn't played an NFL game in more than a year.
Carroll also said the Seahawks will make a move this week to add cornerback DeShawn Shead from the practice squad to the 53-man roster to bolster the depleted secondary.