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Pete Carroll on Kam Chancellor: "He looked pretty good today"
Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor, who injured his knee on the second to last play of Friday's practice ahead of Super Bowl XLIX, participated in a light walk-thru on Saturday afternoon inside the Arizona State Sun Devils' football practice bubble.
Chancellor was listed as a limited participant in Friday's practice after the injury. He is designated as probable to play against the Patriots.
More from Kaplan: Chancellor wore long navy pants and a gray crewneck sweatshirt and did not appear to be favoring either leg. When he walked into the bubble on Saturday, he looked comfortable - tossing footballs with wide receiver Doug Baldwin then cornerback Richard Sherman on the sideline. At one point, Chancellor squatted down, as if he were a center, and hiked balls to Sherman.
Outside of Chancellor, Kaplan's report said all 63 active Seahawks - 53 on the active roster and 10 on the practice squad - participated in Saturday's walk-thru. Read