With the Seahawks not willing to give safety Kam Chancellor more money, his current team apparently isn’t inclined to send him to a new team that will.
Coach Pete Carroll said Monday that the Seahawks aren’t interested in making a deal.
“There have been a couple phone calls from other teams, people just kind of wondering what’s going on,” Carroll told reporters, via Curtis Crabtree of KJR radio (and PFT). “We’re really not interested in talking to them about that, so we don’t.”
So Chancellor remains the property of the Seahawks for the next three years. And the question remains whether he’ll give up game checks in excess of $267,000 each to prove his point.
Carroll said that Dion Bailey will take Chancellor’s place this weekend, if Chancellor doesn’t show up.