RENTON — Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin will miss another game because of lingering soreness in his hip.
Harvin and cornerback Brandon Browner were both ruled out Friday for Sunday’s road game against the New York Giants.
Neither player practiced this week. Linebacker K.J. Wright (feet) had already been ruled out. Tight end Zach Miller, who missed practice Thursday because of a rib injury, is listed as probable to play.
Harvin has played only one game for playoff-bound Seattle since having hip surgery in August. He recorded one catch for 17 yards in a Week 11 win over the Minnesota Vikings, his former team.
Browner, who is currently appealing a one-year suspension for violating the NFL’s substance-abuse program, will miss his fourth consecutive game with a groin injury.