Kam Chancellor

Seahawks Activate Star Safety Kam ChancellorThe Seattle Seahawks activated star safety Kam Chancellor and waived safety Dion Bailey on Saturday, a day before their home game against the Chicago Bears.
Chancellor expected to play SundaySeattle Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor is expected to play Sunday against the Chicago Bears after ending his holdout earlier this week.
Injury Report: Chancellor Returns To Team, Lynch Has Limited PracticeAfter opening the season with back-to-back losses in St. Louis and Green Bay, the Seahawks hope the friendly confines of the Pacific Northwest the next two weeks (games with Chicago and Detroit) will be just what the doctor ordered. The first of those contests has the also winless Chicago Bears coming to Seattle for an afternoon tilt this Sunday.
Kam Chancellor Ends His HoldoutSeattle Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor is reportedly ending his hold out and will return to the team.
Kam Chancellor Reportedly Says He And Seahawks Are 'Less Than A Million Dollars Apart'Chancellor's holdout has extended into the regular season as of Wednesday afternoon
Report: Seahawks Preparing For Worst With Chancellor HoldoutMore bad news on the Kam Chancellor front
Minus All-Pro safeties, Seattle giving Terrell, Shead a shotFor the start of training camp, those All-Pro names have been replaced by Steven Terrell and DeShawn Shead
After Securing Wilson, Contract Questions Remain For Seattle"They're trying to make the most of their opportunity, and they're trying to figure out whats best for them"
Bennett Shows, Chancellor Holds Out To Start Seahawks CampMichael Bennett, Kam Chancellor and Bobby Wagner all took different approaches Friday
Report: Kam Chancellor May Hold Out Of Training Camp For Bigger ContractNFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport tweeted Wednesday that Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor told the Seattle that he wants more money and is "strongly considering" holding out of training camp.
Seahawks' 2010 Draft Class Rated Best Of DecadeThe Seattle Seahawks 2010 draft class took the top spot in NFL.com's list of the best draft classes of the last decade.
Jeremy Lane Will Have Knee Surgery, Likely Miss Part Of 2015 SeasonSeahawks general manager John Schneider said that Lane, 24, would need knee surgery this offseason