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Seattle still owes Kam Chancellor a pile of money – ProFootballTalk
There's a reason Kam Chancellor's quasi-retirement post yesterday didn't include the actual word "retirement." Because that would have left a lot of money on the table.

Kam Chancellor is retiring | Seahawks Draft Blog
Gods Grace— Kameron Chancellor (@KamChancellor) July 1, 2018 During the Pete Carroll era, I think

Kam Chancellor, Seattle Seahawks safety, appears to announce retirement via Twitter
In a series of tweets, Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor seems to have announced his retirement, citing a neck injury that has "showed no healing."

Thankful, concerned Seahawks soul Kam Chancellor all but officially retires after neck injury | The News Tribune
Seattle Seahawks four-time Pro Bowl safety Kam Chancellor writes his neck injury from November increased to an unacceptable level his risk of paralysis and thus doctors have not cleared him to play again. "P.S. Pray for your boy," Chancellor concluded. But there's a reason he didn't write "retired."

‘Risk of paralysis’ has Seahawks’ Kam Chancellor ready to call it an NFL career - The Washington Post
The hard-hitting safety did not specifically say he was retiring, but he said that the neck injury he suffered in November “showed no healing” and that it was “Time for the next chapter."

Seahawks are going to go 10-6 or so one site thinks
Seahawks are going to go 10-6 or so one site thinks. According to, Seattle is going to have a better season than in 2017. Does this mean playoffs?

Seahawks’ Kam Chancellor: “Time for the next chapter” – The Denver Post
Seattle Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor said scans on his injured neck have shown no improvement and declared it was "time for the next chapter."

Percy Harvin speaks on fights with Seattle Seahawks stars
Percy Harvin is opening up about some of the scuffles he had with Doug Baldwin and Golden Tate while with the Seattle Seahawks.

Kam Chancellor: Time for the next chapter – ProFootballTalk
Serious doubts about Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor's playing future have existed since he was shut down for the 2017 season with a neck injury and Sunday brought word from Chancellor that he won't be back on the field.

Kam Chancellor believes he's played his last game -
After injuries limited Kam Chancellor to a career-low nine games in 2017, the Seattle Seahawks' Pro Bowl safety says he's looking toward the "next chapter" in his life. | NC Twins Tackling Life Get Surprise From NFL Idols Seahawks Griffin Twins
"Royce and Kiyan. Kiyan and Royce. They are so identical, like I say, but yet so different," their grandmother says.

Seahawks' Kam Chancellor: Appears to be retiring after eight seasons -
Seahawks' Kam Chancellor: Appears to be retiring after eight seasons

Ex-Texans WR sparks AFFL quarterfinals victory -
Years removed from his time with the Houston Texans, wide receiver Darnell Jenkins enjoyed a big day and helped his team advance during the AFFL quarterfinals.

NFL players react to LeBron James joining Lakers -
LeBron James' decision to join the Los Angeles Lakers brought about a wave of reactions from all around the sports world, including the NFL.

Dolphins could reduce Cameron Wake's workload in 2018 -
Cameron Wake led the Dolphins in sack production each of the past two seasons, but the team could reduce the defensive end's workload as he enters his age-36 season.

Led by OC Hackett, Jaguars ready for added pressure -
Blake Bortles is back as Jacksonville's quarterback. He'll be running plays called by offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett, who's expecting bigger things from the signal-caller in 2018.

Raiders’ coaches think Gareon Conley is ready for a big second season – ProFootballTalk
Raiders cornerback Gareon Conley had a disappointing rookie season, playing in just two games after Oakland took him with the 24th overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft. But this year will be different.