Chancellor (pelvis) is listed as active for Sunday's playoff game against the Vikings. Chancellor, who last saw action back in Week 14, is back in business Sunday, which will bolster the Seattle secondary, on the heels of a 2015 campaign in which the team's starting strong safety recorded 74 tackles and two picks in 11 games.
Chancellor (pelvis) is listed as probable for Sunday's Wild Card matchup against the Vikings. Chancellor was able to practice fully all week, so there never was much doubt the strong safety would miss a fourth consecutive game. Game-time temperature in Minnesota on Sunday is expected to hit single-digits, so his presence will be critical in attempting to stop a likely run-heavy Vikings' offense.
Chancellor (pelvis) was a full participant in Thursday's practice. Chancellor was a full participant in practice for the second consecutive day Thursday, which is an encouraging sign for his status for the Seahawks' upcoming playoff game in Minnesota. Given the forecast for Minnesota on Sunday calls for frigid temperatures, Chancellor's presence will be crucial in slowing down a Viking offense that will likely lean heavily on the run.
Chancellor (pelvis) was a full practice participant Wednesday, Liz Mathews of 710 ESPN Seattle reports. Despite ending last week on a high note with a full practice, Chancellor was among the Seahawks' inactives in the final game of the season. Clearly, the team exercised caution with one of its key defensive cogs, but his ability to extend last week's activity level into this one all but clear him to return to strong safety Sunday in Minnesota.
Chancellor (pelvis) is listed as inactive Sunday at Arizona, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Chancellor progressed to a full practice by week's end, but the Seahawks will exercise caution with their top strong safety. Instead, Kelcie McCray will man the position.