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Pete Carroll on Kam Chancellor: "He looked pretty good today"

Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor (knee) participated in Saturday's walk-thru practice ahead of Super Bowl XLIX against the New England Patriots.


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.

On the #tgibf before the Super Bowl, the Seahawks hold their final practice before the game on Sunday, the "No Repeat Friday" practice.

"He looked pretty good today," Seattle head coach Pete Carroll said of Chancellor via the NFL's pool report distributed by Emily Kaplan. "We will make sure we test him in pregame, but he remarkably looked great today, and so that's all we have to go on."

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.


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