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TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Strong safety Kam Chancellor was a new addition to the Seattle Seahawks injury report on Friday but is probable for Sunday's game against New England.
Chancellor fell near the goal line on the second-to-last play of Friday's practice according to the pool report. He walked off the field without a limp, but left the practice facility with a wrap on his left knee.
The rest of Seattle's injured players were all listed as probable for Sunday, including All-Pros Earl Thomas (shoulder) and Richard Sherman (elbow).
Seattle's last full practice took place inside the bubble at Arizona State University because of rain. Seattle was forced inside for more than half of its practice on Thursday because of the weather. Attendees at the practice included former Seattle owner John Nordstrom, former Seahawks quarterback Jim Zorn and rapper Snoop Dogg, who brought his youth football team from Los Angeles.
The Seahawks will have a walkthrough on Saturday morning followed by the team photo at the stadium.
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