Chancellor signed a three-year, $36 million contract extension Tuesday with $25 million guaranteed, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. "I would love to retire here," Chancellor stated prior to finalizing his new deal. This is a good possibility as the veteran safety will be 33 years old at the end of his contract. Chancellor is an elite safety, logging 86 tackles, two interceptions and eight passes defended in 12 games. Expect him to continue to record similar numbers if he's able to stay healthy in 2017.
Chancellor (ankle) is expected to be "a full-go" in training camp, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Chancellor, who needed surgery on both of his ankles this offseason to address nagging bone spurs, was able to do a lot in spring practices, but that's not surprising as his procedures were never considered very serious. However, durability is starting to become a concern for the veteran safety, who's missed at least two contests in each of the past three seasons while missing 11 total games across that span. In 12 outings last season, Chancellor racked up 86 tackles, eight PBUs, two interceptions and one forced fumble.
Chancellor (ankles) appeared close to full speed at June's mandatory minicamp, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. "You can tell right now he's got great burst," head coach Pete Carroll said. "He's changing direction, he's really hitting it, so he has made a great recovery." Chancellor underwent cleanup procedures early this year to remove bone spurs from both of his ankles, limiting him during the majority of the offseason program. Although the charismatic Carroll generally focuses on the positive, Chancellor's activity level bodes well for full clearance once training camp kicks off in late July. Chancellor's health, along with Earl Thomas' (broken left tibia), will be key to reestablishing the the Legion of Boom, which tumbled out of the NFL's top-two most-staunch pass defenses last season for the first time since 2012.
Chancellor (ankle) has been a limited participant at OTAs, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Chancellor underwent surgery in March to remove bone spurs in his ankle. While it isn't certain if he will be fully healthy in time for training camp, there doesn't appear to be any concern the veteran safety is in danger of missing the regular-season opener.
Chancellor (ankle) is walking on his ankle one week after having bone spurs removed, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Chancellor had minor ankle surgery last week and isn't expected to be held out of offseason practices. He appears to be on track with his recovery to this point and shouldn't be limited with the injury much longer.
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