As Seahawks wait, awards start rolling in

TIM BOOTH AP Sports Writer Published:

RENTON, Wash. (AP) -- While the Seattle Seahawks wait for an opponent in the divisional round of the playoffs, they watched awards roll in, got another day of practice out of Percy Harvin and even saw Marshawn Lynch take questions.

The Seahawks wrapped up a short week of practice Friday afternoon, hours after safety Earl Thomas and cornerback Richard Sherman were named first-team All-Pro and safety Kam Chancellor was named to the second-team. It's the second straight year Thomas and Sherman were recognized on the first-team.

But more important than the individual honors was Harvin practicing. Coach Pete Carroll said Harvin participated in nearly all of Friday's session, but his status for Seattle's divisional playoff game on Jan. 11 won't be determined until next week.

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