RB Thomas questionable for Saints vs. Seahawks

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Updated: 1/10 4:33 pm

Seattle, WA (SportsNetwork.com) - New Orleans Saints running back Pierre Thomas is questionable for Saturday's NFC Divisional Playoff game against the Seattle Seahawks.

Thomas missed Saturday night's 26-24 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles in the Wild Card Round, where the Saints ran for 185 yards.

Thomas, who was limited in practice Thursday and Friday after being held out of Wednesday's session, played in all 16 regular season games, rushing for 549 yards and two touchdowns. He was hurt in the Saints' regular season finale against Tampa Bay.

Saints defensive end Akiem Hicks is also questionable. He is dealing with an ankle injury.

New Orleans cornerback Keenan Lewis is probable after suffering a concussion in Saturday's tilt.

Seattle head coach Pete Carroll said Thursday that wide receiver Percy Harvin will play Saturday. Harvin, who was acquired from the Minnesota Vikings in an offseason trade, played in just one game this season after missing most of it following hip surgery.

Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright was ruled out earlier in the week. Wright is recovering from surgery after he broke his foot against the San Francisco 49ers on Dec. 8.

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