Kam Chancellor expected to miss rest of ’17 season


Subsequent to losing cornerback Richard Sherman to a torn Achilles a week ago, the Seattle Seahawks could be without wellbeing Kam Chancellor, too.

Per NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo, Chancellor is required to be out for whatever is left of the 2017 season, as per sources educated of the circumstance.

Chancellor did not partake in Seahawks hone on Thursday or Friday. Garafolo revealed the neck damage he endured isn’t just sufficiently serious to keep him out of their conflict with the Atlanta Falcons on Monday night, yet it will hold him for whatever is left of the season.

The misfortune is a monstrous one for the Seattle optional. Chancellor serves not just as the hard-hitting security who’s one portion of the Chancellor-Earl Thomas couple, but on the other hand he’s the pioneer of the Seattle barrier that positions twelfth in all out guard and thirteenth against the pass.

Aggravated with the loss of Sherman, Seattle’s splendid future all of a sudden shows up being referred to.

The Seahawks endeavored to cure the void left by Sherman by marking recognizable veteran Byron Maxwell. They’ll need to depend on a new kid on the block, third-round pick Delano Hill, set up of Chancellor, as the wounds mount in Seattle.

Seattle’s forthcoming calendar likewise doesn’t make the wounds any simpler to climate. The Seahawks close the season with Monday’s challenge against Atlanta, and afterward after an amusement at San Francisco, closes with tilts against Philadelphia, Jacksonville, the Los Angeles Rams, Dallas and Arizona. That incorporates four groups in the best 15 in the alliance in passing.

The silver covering: Seattle positions second in passing. The Seahawks will require it going ahead.

Kameron Darnel Chancellor is an American football strong safety for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League. He played college football at Virginia Tech, and was drafted by the Seahawks in the fifth round of the 2010 NFL Draft.

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