Seahawks S Kam Chancellor announced in a lengthy Twitter post Sunday that it's "time for the next chapter." Although he's reportedly not officially retiring just yet, it's clear that Chancellor's neck injury will at least not allow him to return this season. And his career is likely over. Bradley McDougald will continue starting in Chancellor's vacated strong safety spot, as he did for the 2nd half of 2017.
Seahawks S Kam Chancellor's 2018 -- and career -- could be in jeopardy because of the neck injury that ended his 2017. GM John Schneider said this spring that Chancellor will have another "scan" on the injured area in either late June or early July to determine whether he can return to the field. If Chancellor can't play in 2018, then Bradley McDougald would continue to start in his place.
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