Kam Chancellor Injured : strong safety hurts knee in final Seahawks practice

Kam Chancellor Injured : strong safety hurts knee in final Seahawks practice

Kam Chancellor injured in Seahawks practice, strong safety has been listed as probable for Sunday’s Super Bowl, allaying fears after he picked up a knee injury at the end of practice on Friday.

From Pro Football Writers of America pool reporter Peter King:

For the third straight day, all 63 active Seahawks—53 on the active roster and 10 on the practice squad—were healthy and practiced fully, until the second-to-last play of practice. Strong safety Kam Chancellor fell near the goal line, was helped up, then missed the final play of practice. He left the field after practice without a limp but with his left knee wrapped. The other recently rehabbed players, including cornerback Richard Sherman (hyperextended elbow), free safety Earl Thomas (dislocated shoulder) and starting right guard J.R. Sweezy (ankle), all practiced without limitation.
Seattle will list Chancellor on the team’s injury report as probable (knee) for Sunday’s game.

The Seahawks will have a walk-through Saturday and then will take a bus 27 miles to University of Phoenix Stadium for a Super Bowl team photo