It looks like Kam Chancellor is a go for Sunday. The Seahawks strong safety, who ended his holdout this week, will play (at least a little bit) against the Bears in Seattle's home opener, Pete Carroll said on KIRO/710 ESPN Radio this morning.
"He's looked like he's in just rare form," Carroll told KIRO Radio's Dori Monson (via Seahawks.com). "He's been working out really hard, he's really lean, and ready to go. He was anticipating coming back with the thought that he worked out really hard to get here, so he looked great both days, the hard days of the week. So he looks like he's going to be able to play some football, and we're looking forward to that."
"We're going to have to see how his timing is making his tackles," said Carroll, "making his hits and fits on the running game and all that kind of stuff. He knows where he's supposed to go. The practice is important and there is something to that. Some guys can handle it a little better than others and I think Kam's one of those guys, but he may be a little rusty and we'll try to protect him and make sure he doesn't play too much."