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Seahawks Injury Update: Kam Chancellor, Max Unger, Percy Harvin

The Seattle Seahawks could be without a few key players when they face a suddenly strong-looking Dallas Cowboys team on Sunday in CenturyLink Field. While the Seahawks were relatively healthy entering the game last Monday against the Washington Redskins, a couple of new names appear on their final Week 6 injury report: #455890258 / gettyimages.com Of primary concern is center...
Via NFL Injury Report
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks And The Story So Far – Best Players, Big Moments, Disappointments, Hurdles, And Surprises

1. What is your Seattle Seahawks’ moment or player(s) of the season so far? Ryan A. Chase (RC) I’m going to nominate two: Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor.  Think of this: the Seahawks are tied for second-fewest interceptions, are 24th in the NFL in sacks with just six, and are tied for 20th in the league in forced fumbles.  Yet the Seahawks have the top defense in the league...
Via Oregon Sports News
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Are Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor still the best safeties in the NFL today?

Everybody loves to debate about who the best cornerback in the NFL is, not least of all the top cornerbacks themselves. But how come nobody ever wants to talk about who the best safety is? Where’s the love for this crucial position on defense? Earlier this year when the NFL released its top 100 rankings, Seattle Seahawks free safety Earl Thomas was irked that only seven safeties...
Via cover32 - Seahawks
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Weekly Rewind: Kam Chancellor kills Denver Broncos both on and off the field

On Sunday the Seattle Seahawks scored a huge victory over the Denver Broncos going into the bye week. Strong safety Kam Chancellor sealed the deal with an interception, then he told them what was what on social media. Here’s this week’s top stories: Seahawks Columns - Kam Chancellor blasts Broncos for complaining about coin toss (READ) - What is up with Russell Wilson’s spot...
Via cover32 - Seahawks
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Kam Chancellor rips Broncos for complaining about coin toss

We already know that Seattle Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor can hit pretty hard on the field. Just ask Seahawks cornerback Marcus Burley, who got obliterated on accident when Chancellor rammed into him on Sunday. But as it turns out Chancellor can also hit hard when it comes to telling the truth. Ever since Sunday’s overtime win a number of voices in the media and the Broncos...
Via cover32 - Seahawks
27 days ago  |  2 Comments

Kam Chancellor dealing with bone spurs

Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor is dealing with bone spurs in his ankle, according to FOXSports.com. A source told FOX Sports that Chancellor was so debilitated in San Diego the team was mulling a procedure to clean up bone spurs, with the plan being Chancellor would play in Sunday’s Super Bowl rematch against the Denver Broncos and then undergo surgery heading into the bye week...
Via Pro Football Zone
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle's Kam Chancellor sets suffocating locker boundaries

The Seattle Seahawks announced their 53-man roster over the weekend, and, in a somewhat surprising move, the team opted to retain seven wide receivers. One of those receivers is Kevin Norwood, a rookie from Alabama who sat out the entire preseason after undergoing foot surgery in early August. Apparently, Seahawks coaches felt he offered enough value to keep him on the final roster...
Via Next Impulse Sports
September 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Chancellor had hip surgery, lied about it

(Credit: www.media.sportspressnw.com) Conflicting reports are surfacing about Seattle Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor. In March, ESPN’s John Clayton reported that Chancellor was set to have minor hip surgery, which Chancellor denied: Per PFT: Chancellor contradicted the report on Twitter — writing “Huh? No surgery here. Ready to win.” — but General Manager John Schneider...
Via Sports-Kings
May 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Simon is next man up for Seattle Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks’ secondary has lost some of its depth this offseason. The secondary’s performance is indisputably a crucial element to Seattle success, but with the loss of corners Brandon Browner and Walter Thurmond, as well as safety Chris Maragos, question marks are left as to who can fill those holes. For defensive backs coach Kris Richard, the answer is simple. “It’s...
Via isportsweb.com
April 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Could he be the next Seattle Seahawk's Kam Chancellor? Central Arkansas safety Jestin Love

The Seattle Seahawks drafted Kam Chancellor in the fifth round of the NFL Draft, in 2010. Chancellor is 6'3 and 232 pounds and is one of the most intimidating safeties in the NFL. A small school prospect to keep your eye on is Central Arkansas safety Jestin Love. Love says he would compare his style of play to the Seahawks Pro Bowl defensive back. Love played in 35 career games...
Via College2Pro.com
February 28, 2014  |  Discuss
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