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Kam Chancellor has an itch, search and the only cure is hitting somebody on the football field. Fortunately for both the Seahawks and their hard-hitting strong safety, Chancellor should get a chance to scratch that itch sometime soon.
“I’ve got to have it,” Chancellor said. “It’s itching. Man, you’re getting me pumped up right now just talking about it. I just love contact, I love this sport and love being physical, that’s just my nature. So just not being out there man, it’s hard. And it can hurt me sometimes, because I can be over anxious trying to search for contact, but I think I’ve grown past that part, being a young Kam who was overanxious, so I just can’t wait to get out there and get some contact.”
Chancellor is itching because he went more than two weeks without practicing because of a groin injury suffered in the first week of training camp, but he returned to practice Monday and has a chance to play in Thursday’s preseason game against Dallas, according to defensive coordinator Kris Richard

“Hopefully he will be (playing), but it’s still up in the air,” Richard said. “He’s had a couple of really good days of practice, so we’ll see.”
A player heading into his seventh season like Chancellor probably doesn’t need a ton of preseason work to be ready for Seattle’s Sept. 11 regular-season opener, but whether he plays Thursday or not, Chancellor is excited just to be back on the practice field this week.

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Zeke Hears “Rookie Talk” From Seahawks, <a href=pill Answers Back In NFL Debut” width=”976″ height=”360″ />
SEATTLE – The Seattle Seahawks have a prideful defense with a championship pedigree, link and clearly they were well aware Ezekiel Elliott’s NFL debut was Thursday night’s preseason game at CenturyLink Field.
You might say the Legion of Boom had some enthusiastic words for the Cowboys’ dynamic rookie running back in between carries.

“Just the rookie talk,” Elliott said. “They thought they had to welcome me in because I’m a rookie, so they were giving me all that rookie talk. But I had to let them know I belong here.”

Elliott answered Seattle’s veterans in more ways than one. He jawed back a little, and he delivered some runs that made him the fourth overall pick in April’s draft.
In two series as the starting running back, Elliott carried the ball seven times for 48 yards (6.9-yard average) and picked up three first downs on the Cowboys’ first touchdown drive in the first quarter of their 27-17 loss.

He displayed a blend of power and quickness, capturing the edge on a nine-yard run to the right sideline, then a play later lowering his shoulder and finishing a tough 13-yard gain into Seattle territory.
In that middle of that drive, Elliott also drew a personal foul penalty on Chancellor when the Seahawks’ Pro Bowl safety hit him late following an incomplete pass from Dak Prescott.

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Tony Romo Pleased His Back After Injury Against Seahawks SEATTLE – For all the concern about his ailing back, discount Tony Romo could only laugh softly to himself in the Cowboys’ locker room.

After all, sick as he phrased it himself, rx he dodged a bullet on Thursday night against the Seahawks. He left the game after just three plays when he twisted his back while being tackled from behind, and – unlike several other occasions in his career – he walked away.
“In a weird way I feel good about the fact that – that was probably as tough a hit I took on the back as I have in the last five years,” Romo said. “From that regard, I feel very lucky that it can hold up and you can keep going.”

Romo described the play as a “perfect storm” of undesirable circumstances. He stepped up in the pocket to avoid a furious Seahawks pass rush, only to be pulled down from behind by Cliff Avril – who also landed on top of him.

“At the moment when you go down – you crunch. And so your back gets squished,” he said. “You kind of feel the, almost like a sensation of if someone gave you a stinger in your shoulder or something – where it just feels hot for a second and then that just dissipates after a minute.

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The wedding planner for Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and singer Ciara said the couple initially planned to get married in North Carolina but changed locations because of the state’s transgender bathroom law.

“I did the whole thing — three times,” wedding planner Mindy Weiss told The Knot. “They were first getting married in North Carolina, but they called it off due to the transgender bathroom laws. But it was really done.”

Wilson and Ciara were then going to move the wedding to Paris, but it was Fashion Week. They ended up getting married in London.

Seahawks' Russell Wilson moved wedding
Wilson spoke last month about the responsibility of athletes to promote social change.

“Well, I think we all have a responsibility,” he said. “It’s not just on athletes, it’s not just on coaches, it’s not just on anybody in particular. It’s on all of us. I think ultimately it comes down to love and appreciating one another and respect for one another.

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Halfway through preseason play, hospital the Seahawks are still trying to sort some things out before deciding on a starting offensive line, and while coaches like plenty of what they’ve seen so far, they’re also in no hurry to make any decisions on starting jobs.

“What day is the first game?” offensive line coach Tom Cable asked reporters when a question was posed about settling on a starting five. Told that the opener against Miami was on September 11, Cable answered, “September 11.

“I just think we have a lot of work to do between now and then to make that decision. Quite honestly, it would be really premature to say, ‘This guy should do that, or that guy should do this,’ because we don’t know. We haven’t seen (J’Marcus) Webb play yet. It looks like we’re going to this week, but until we can evaluate that, it’s really difficult to give you that answer.”

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The Seahawks held a “Bonus Day” practice on Sunday at Virginia Mason Athletic Center, and afterwards, Pete Carroll met with the media to discuss what he saw out of the offensive line in this past Thursday’s preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings, share personnel updates on players like running back Thomas Rawls, as well as offer thoughts on the re-signing of fullback Will Tukuafu.

Here’s a few leftover thoughts from the Seahawks head coach following this past weekend’s practice:

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